Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 IfwelPBlau Dinner, Free Base : THE BUILDER. tf Several Petitions Received, And New Arrangements Will Save + + Hardee, Adkins and TtirnmiB'

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Acted Both Time And ,iN A, destroyer' is one .who t -
'If-t BaO And OtherAmusements. Upon By The } I.
ft Most Prominently '
f sees pothing good in his own ff '

,. + Board. Money. comm i1ity. f Mentioned. l -. -
H I V, f A" builder is who seeks + : '
3 % one "V A destroyer is one who f I" '
1 "H f to elevate his oWn community. f + habitually finds fault with> his 'P -
,. Starke, Fla., June 1, 1914. St. Augustine.-Information was II
; TbJ west interesting topic discuss- 4 A builder is one who pro ff + own community. f Now that the official counte(on the I .

." III I it; ''the meeting of the board of tects the interests of his own .. Board met pursuant? to adjournment given out at the office of the'adjutant 41 A destroyer is one who .f vote for legislative candidai i.ia tin :

ti with all members present. The general at the state arsenal hereto ,
tiMe; Tuesday evening was the f +
community. + knocks the people of his own f fifty counties in the state tire been
tltd of July celebration to be held 1t A builder is one who trades ft minutes of last meeting read and ap- the effect that the organizations + community. fii made and the lineup of both ifandzesof

ill 1 Starke. 'The committee on art in his own community. f composing the National Guard of A destroyer is one who f the Florida Assembly becomes .;'J ?r.

jtnfmienta reported gratifying progjiu & A builder is one who'keeps The following petitions were pre- Florida will not participate in a campof 4. gets his money from the com" + known, the question of the elecEon ?.

m in reference to the f his in circulation in tt sented and acted upon: instruction at Tpgusta, Ga., in >
, ,'especially ... money his f munity and sends it away, ff of a speaker of the,Hous fcvuJ President r '
'' A petition from the patrons of.the July, as had previously been announced
t. cfA1 from the bnsiapw
Theral'eontriltntlona' tf '
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" own community. from the community for his t of the Senate is creatfni? considerable .
| men,of the town. They stated A builder is one who speaks ff Graham School District against enlarging : goods. interest ampngc'ians polJtir '
. of the boundaries of the district As a result of telegraphic communication tbtS
's flit:ample would be provided well of his own community.A + 41 A destroyer is one who t of the state. -

:!tssaks; the event a grand and glor- + builder is one who is ref as set forth in advertised peti- with the commanding general f neither respects his community f 'In the Senate will appear hirfecD
tion. The decision of the board was of the Eastern department of the
j*Jail"success.. spected by his own community. + f ', nor is respected by his new faces. Two of the old i eat
P. Tomlinson,was appointed + that,the matter was to be settled by army at Governor's Island, New York, returfted -
attpL71 + and J
; 1 community. + were seventeen;! re befti- ,
.,. the votes in an election called for who is the officer having charge of
iN' of + + yf
one on transporta- # A is f over members. Many of the
i. destroyer just 'simply ;
that and the election of trus all arrangements for the fieldexercises .
purpose summer
i' "eClfJ'ttee to secure excur- t BE A BUILDER.HAYNESMcLARIN.. I
til 'Pt + a destroyer, and in the end he whose terms expire with the .3 .
the Seaboard tees. of- the regular ,army and !< _

., com- ........ . . . ........f.. The petition from the patrons of militia of this division, it has been decided + destroys himself. of the 1915 session were nit tom' t 3
j and to take up the matter of aipeisl ._ E. . .' . . . ++++11111111111111/ ++-H-+I dates for re-election and otjxs 1IIID .i; -
Palestine School District was received that a joint and militia
train morning and evening
on were not hold-over Senators inil wise t tI 'F '
WMntt with the railroad for the drawing in of the lines of camp of instruction will be_ held_ in_ 3i'1'
fte branch .n.
FEINBERGSTERNBERG.One were, candidates for re-eleetjiiW uene : ,
an adjoining district which infringeson Florida at the state camp grounds. I I
We clip the following account of: of the prettiest weddings in defeated. .j\\t" i '
Palestine School District and to The date has not as yet been definitely t
t.rke A
$ preparingfor' a big Jewish circles that occurred in Many new faces will be sea t fa fie I i
the marriage of Dr. Othma L. Haynes, ever
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establish special tax district. The fixed in Springfield parks in Jack.
the ,Fourth, of and a
,on July
Gainesville that at the home of House during the coming se Jfn. anat
of this city, and Miss Hope McLarin, was
same was granted and an election are now an assured success.
.of spare this no section pains to to attract Starke the peo-this of Fairburn, Ga., from the Atlanta called for June '29th. 'The question as to where and when Mr. and Mrs. S. Sternberg, corner of it is believed that the 1915 seT{rioa will '.t iI

on Garden and Church see a greater number of youti "
streets members -
Constitution: the Tuesday j '
'tioasion. The widest Elections were also ordered for summer field exercises would be '
publicity evening at 8 o'clock when their than ever before '
A beautiful of 11. \
wedding Wednesday
Lawtoy City and Graham held has been of intense interestto
Sampson one
<,v8l be given the event and attractions i .
daughter Miss Kate became The Speikershlp.; ]a| y
t cannot resist. evening at Fairburn was that which District for: June 29th. The secretarywas all members of the National Guardof '
people I the bride of Mr. Ben Those most prominently trued
united Miss Hope McLarin and Dr. Feinberg, m .,
the instructed to advertise said elec Florida, and it has been the desireof \ '
gone the
F 1 of. featur'es'of day'sit Othma Lamar Haynes, at the residence tions. the state military authorities to of Fort Meade. already in connection-with thff SpaaL-

elgtamwill be a big"picnic at thepq'puk The home but beauti- ership of the House, which Dally '
simply '
of the bride's parents, Mr. and was <
The trustees of Vanderbilt petitioned give out this information as soon as
; where' barbecue and aelfr&pillau decorated with the most interesting of the do .
fully and races
Mrs. R. P| McLarin. The evergreens
dinner and ceremony for E. M. Knight and Miss it could be obtained; particularly the .1 y
free refresh.tt..ta
cut. flowers and with the handsome for honors in the Legislature We' fle
was performed by- Rev. H. C. Emory, : ,
will be served free baseball Kennedy to be assigned as teachersfor dates, as many men are abliged to ar-
gentlemen and gowned following: Theo T.-TurnbulI of Jefferson c '
the bridal before
party standing an Vanderbilt school which was range their business affairs so that
= /titvfi at Duncan Park in the .
_, after- friends of the A. Harder of&
lady county Cary
altar of ferns and magnolias and bam- contracting par- ; = .
granted.A they can take their vacations for the
JSJI i,aaIn,tree: automobile rides for visiori boo on the wide veranda;studded with recommendation was received encampments ties'the scene was one of rare beauty.At wannee; and J. C. Adkins, of .L mr-Itas- : s A '

; :,| and free moving pictures at:the electric lights. the appointed time the young All have legislative experien Leng* 1
from the trustees of Little Spring When the plans for the summer I > '
atL Hof. Theatre in the .aftern oD. The attendants were Mrs. S. S. couple entered the parlor, when the i members 'of the present leif! tarr... .' s
school for the assignment of T. C. joint camps were announced a weekor
Coin* and bring families and r.
your I impressive President of SeDate.lt'
Hoyle, of College Park, and Mrs. Wooldredge and Miss Sloan as teach two ago, it was indicated for the: ceremony was 'performedby ,
; ft jour neighbors to do likewise. Rabbi J. Shapo of The Not quite so much intere?lias !
Grant, of St. Augustine, Fla., sister Tampa. jet
ers for the next term, which was troops composing the militia divisionto 'A
a gone other matters, including thejrtpotition bride who is been displayed in the cf the s' r
beautiful questio ,
: of'the groom, as matrons of honor. granted, and'the superintendent instructed which the National Guard of Florida an exceptionally : : r
I .: .to build a hard surfaced Miss Winnie Floyd was maid of hon young lady, was especially charm- selection of President of tyj upper ,;Z.- ,
to assign them to said belongs, but that the exercises '
jwid if Starke to lake
; ?om" Kingsley or. Masters Atkinson Hoyle and BillSwans'on school would be as usual 4WANT' lag in her wedding gown of white branch of the assembly.' Trp waft: ; .":
rY6re .
discussed by the board and then meteor with shadow lace trim prominently mentioned\ in tils'COB
were ribbon bearers, and. '.
The following teachers' reports and .
.. ... meeting"adjourned.. The next dainty little Sarah Swanson was mings. She wore 'a veil of tulle.,The section are Henry J. Drane, p:t Pea, '
1 is will 'be held at '.the bills were approved and ordered paid: GOOD ROAD. ,
rag : court- "
rf. flower girL Tu m' Salaries groom :was handsome in conventional representing the Seventh ., -; 'fit'L".
;f boaenext. ,Tuesday, evening. Warrant ilack. and Fred M. Hudson, of Dadt ,.'repre- ?
s"i i'tk -TM Mr. Wells, of Starke, Fla:; was best No. Kingsley Lake Dwellers Start The -
'? Following the the couple senting the Thirteenth District: }mth = ( mi
man, and Mr. Eugene McLarin was S8-S. A. Draper. Lake Butler 115.00 ceremony -
Movement.A .
I ( FARMERS' MEETING. : 39 Harr Riherd. Lake Butler 75.00 were showered with congratulationsand are hold-over Senators. t N = -
groomsman.The .. 40-G. H. William. Lake Butler 112.50
1 rted.., :Agent T. E. Waldrup, of the bride the altar 41-Ida Price Brooklyn 20.00 well 'wishes by the assembled H1 i .,
approached .._ movement has been started to
Improvement Department of t-L A. Jett. Starke : 140.00
'1 Southern the leaning on the arm of her father. 4J-Notre Johnson Starke __ 75.00 put a clay surface on the road from guests, and an informal reception was BASEBALL. ASSOCIATES!, =: 5 '
Railway, Georgia
U-Naoma Hi1Starke 75.00 held, music, dancing and an elegantly :..a
Punch was served by,Misses Mary 45Lixzie. Dukes 70.00 Starke to This -
Marshal ; Kingsley. improver
lei hernb,and Florida Railway and '
I Johnson and Jimmie Lou Hobgood 51-Elvrna Brown. Thnrston 25.00 ment is favored b'y> the served luncheon being delightful fea 'Organized in Starke Friday fr1l rJ: \ J :A
associated lines, has arranged 54-S. A. Draper. L. B. Normal_._ 86.25 property owners tures. The.long table in the ,
dining- lI
bold and Misses Lottie Smith and Nell 55--L. A. Jett Starke Normal 105.0062Naoma I at the lake and by the farmers At Armory. :-;
: meeting for farmers and
'. Green Hill Starke Normal 67.50 room was laden with every dainty Ip! '
Smith, of Cove Springs, Fla. who live along this road and by all '." ,
eu and for well "
wen women as ____ _._ that the appetite could wish for, whilein The Starke Baseball
"Oh Promise Me" Mr.J. Total 92L25Bffl AnsttiaD
was by the
sung road enthusiasts in this
good sec : r
Long bridge, July 17th, 10:00 A.'aDC Paid-General Fond. ,
an adjoining table
t M. Wilson of Atlanta -and Miss room was a was organized at the Armory-Quit: -
I ake Butler 8:00 P. M. The 4&-W. T. Week recording ----: 2.50 tion.'
1 -B. C. Bank, interest 155.76 from which fruits of every kind were day evening and a set of rcr.xoci '
Minetta Swann of London Ark pis :
This ,a particularly : :.!;
ele< ted seems most suitable for 48-F. N. Andrews eoms 69.7249Oval opportunetime served. In the center of the ,
dining bylawwere adopted to tie "
sang "I Love You Truly. ft: Korter. diplomas 9.00 to undertake this work inasmuch gov 4
1 I eh meetings as farmers are SO-F. G. SchelL office incidentals S.90 table was a huge cake, the icing of Officers !'foctedJ
:;9cite so busy this time of thenei9rei Miss McLarin is the only daughterof ; 52-N. H. Stokes board service -._ lUG as the road has already been, nicely which formed heart with the initials organizatiqn. were
53--Chesley fogg, do __ 6.00 a as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. R..P. McLarin, and i the commissionersand
are the business men Light A Water .00 graded by county
56-Starke City : % "F" and "S" opposite. '
tt( Borne other time. A is very :talented, both ,in music and 58-F. G. SehelL office suplies 10.00 'abundance of goods clay that C. E. Canova, Manager.. ;!ll '

program, art. She is connected with several'of 59-F. G. Sehell. salary 100.09 has been dug out of the lateral ditches ,Those from a distance who attended Gus Alvarez Captain. *!:{ '
'with ,soils, fertilizers, seeds, CO! -L. W. Kickliter. board service 4.00 the wedding included Mr. and Mra.S. I
61-H. G. Pigford janitor 5.00 Henry Freeman; Secretary ana
'ir Georgia's most distinguished families, that run into the drainage canal is
plements, tillage, market- -O. L. MixelU demonstration work 87.50 Feinberg, of Dunnellon, parents of Treasurer. i
,= Y etc.,'will arranged and promi-. being a granddaughter of Mr. W. B. Telesrraph.. advertising 1.20 at hand and needs only"to be scattered !t t E' ; Y
: Swann, and a grandniece of General 65-JlcNair Lumber Co., lumber for I along the road. Under such the groom; Mr. Harry Feinberg, of The official title of the Stat$ fcoH / ;_ ,
speakers l will be engaged to have Brooks school 148.4466L
y on the program.x'Aa Alfred Austell,and the, late Mr. James W. KickliUr: help on exams.. 16.00 : circumstances a good road is possible Williston, brother of the groom, and team. is "Starke Gray Fot ,R,11: '' ) "

!7-Charley Fore( do 20.00 .' Mr. N. Sternberg' and family, of : are the names of the members''&: t5i ; r
S. Swann.
great ,need and cry of the 18-G.! H. Williams. Trading committee 16.00 'I. with a very small outlay of cash if Starke the former
Dr. Haynes is a prominent young 9-H. B. Wiggins, do 16.00 the people interested who have teams a brother of the team and their posQidnsr:, '-.
today is
j jt .' for men and women 70-S. A. do 16.00 bride '
: know how to do well whatever dentist of-Starke, FUu, having graduated .Draper will donate their use for a shdrt time Henry Freeman, catcher. i :'. i 't
__ by of the .
The worn
gowns "
Total 724.22 some
j undertake to do. Mr.'Waldrnp from the Atlanta Dental school Teachers Salaries Drawa I. Sib-District the road ought to be completed before lady guests Morgan Darby and'Will k.. '
were especially attractive
have with hilt and taken a post-graduate course in Finds.79J the Fourth of July in order to pitchers. i'i '>
on this occasion ,
-May HeKhmey, district 23 50.00 Mrs. S. Sternberg, mother ,of :
Philadelphia.Dr. furnish a' smooth for the Cliff Chancy, first,base ,
+- ind women who know how. They 792-Clifford Harrell do 40.00 highway the bride, was attired in wisteria

r-: : Dot mere theorists, oat for a job, and Mrs. Haynes left for a trip 795' --Ev Pearl Wilson Ware do do ._. ........- BO.OO 50.00 free automobile rides which Starke crepe de chine; Mrs. S. Feinberg Jay Alderman, second base
Nee and of and down the east coast of Florida downto 796-Leah Riberd. do 65.00 will provide her guests on that date. Markley Johns, third,baae, 5 '
women experience
gowned in satin Mrs. {
97-Pearl Graham do 50.00 gray ; N. Stern- :
l'c Key West, returning later to reside Furthermore Starke baa F. E., Poole, shortstop. >
;;. in both the science and prac- 798 Elsie Schneider Starke 8 60.00 probably as berg was stunning in'
't' if tanning.' A special in Starke, Fla. 791 Eaten Tison, o'. 50.00 many automobiles as any town of her pink crepe de Joe Canova, right field .
program 800-Sims Darby.'oo 45.08 chine; Mrs: A. Greenberg's gown was
W arranged for the ladies and Many out-of-town guests were present 801-Lois Peek do 60.00 size in the state,'but she is short.on of white Gus Beasley, center field / 1.

:' in which they should be vi- from St Augustine, Starke. Fla.; 802 80J-Onve-May Tr Ray;pp, do do 45.09 45.00 good roadways, andthe owners of stein was embroidery attractive in; Mrs.black M. Edel-de Paul Baisden, left field "

.toncerned will be discussed for London, Ark.; Douglasvflle, Atlanta 80* Emma Darby do '45.00. these mahcines are entitled to at leas chine crepe Allen Canova and,Gas Alvarezsub.r. .' 1
805-Dorothy Hnnich, Jo 65.00 ; Mrs. David Rabinowitz was ,
pleasure and profit. Palmetto, College Park and Fayette- one good stretch of road for. their stitutes. \ ;
I besatiful in
of blue
: a de
ville. Total 710.00 benefit and what better crepe The object of this ,organimti.a is'
route could :
3 early notice is given merely to Bills Drawn .. Sib Districts. chine; Mrs. L. Berline, a bride of the t '
the key note: That any ;nestJ0 = .. 806-F. N. Andrews commission 47.31 be selected than the road leading to month to stimulate interest here in tiegnat., '
807-F. N. Andrews. com on was charming white chiffon
be successful must have thosespeak NOTICE ,TO THE PUBLIC. Bond Fund Stsrtkeeloss the attractive Kingsley lake resort? and her sister, Miss Rose Kel- national game and to make. the Lest: ;y
I 808 Tomlnnon Mirror Drug Co.. incidentals use of the local baseball
A meeting will be held at the court The r.
:,I'I'Lv well those who hear well Agent 'T. 'Griffin 'has requestedus for Lake Butler school 18.65 man, was gowned in blue crepe de this
.thosa who do welL Therefore, 809-M. M. Griffis. election. manager house in Starke Saturday afternoon chine. season year extends.fmm, June 7
to_call the attention of. the publicto Boat Drain election 6.00 16 to
m rind the time and the place. paragraph three of section three 810-Lake Butler Bank 1 nterest 'on I at 2-o'clock for the purpose of discus- M?.' and Mrs. Feinberg at a late 10, and the irks .
,. of Lake B district 23 36.47 adopted by the association '
w,VoID be said about the meet- warrants sing this needed improvement and the requi s'at
the 811 Bradford County Bank interest hour left by auto for Williston from
of standard bill of lading, which on least
l iii of all who interested is two hours' practice, oa fatless
But week's issue of this'pa.- warrants of Starke district 3 3.47 presence are which ,
reads follows place they will"go by train to .
as :
812-J. H. Mattox. election inspeeors than two each
days week.
?Be to look for it and read .. earnestly requested. +
sure "Claims for loss district No. 26 ; 3.00 White Springs and other places, and
damage or delay
The "Starke '
,tell 'your friends com.with 813-J. H. Bevenbangh incidentals for Grays" are now.RaJIi|
to must be made in writing to the car Hampton school district 4.50 after a. wedding 'trip of about two to book with of
to the meeting. 814-J. R. Davis ft Co. insurance of NOTICE. games any tuazost
will -their'home
rier at the point of delivery or at Santnson distr'et No. 27 14.00 weeks they go in of their class in this section of' t
fi'I the point of origin within four months 815-H. G. Pieford. janitor work for Starke, Fla., June 19,- 1914. Fort Meade, where, the groom is en- estate '..

tA: USEFUL INVENTION. Starke school district 3 5.00 I have this day given positive instructions' in the .
mercantile business.
after the delivery of the property, or, 817-W. L. Wall, inspector Starke He
.,"H.: A: Bradley, a contractor and in case of failure to make delivery, school building bond district, S 19.76 to the police force to enforce was formerly associated with his -- -a

'j > who recently moved to Starke II then within four months after a reasonable 818 Starke-Tally building ft: Sammy bond 3 architects 112.50 the following city ordinances: father in business at Dunnellon, and DEATH, OF INFANT. -.

4wF= Kaiford, has invented a self time 819-Smith: & Watson payment: for 1. That all dogs running at largeon has a large number of friends in this Hazel '
for delivery has elapsed. work on Starke building bond district Little aged 17 monl&s, .
R tri-square, which will-prove Unless claims are so made, the car 3 .- 4500.00 the streets to be muzzled at once, section who wish for him and his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hfll

t time saver to carpenters and rier shall not be liable." 820-Bradford bill for County Broo1s.lCbool Telegraph,_publishing .60 otherwise same shall be killed. lovely bride long lives of unalloyed Williams, lied Monday morning st F

.<.workers. Mr. Bradley has his 821-Bradford County Telegraph, election 2. To impound all horses, mules happiness and prosperity. During ;
provision of the bill of ladingwill notices. Roberts dist 28 9.00 2:15 o'clock after an illness of adcot
>prelected by a caveat until hi e be literally enforced on claims 822-L. A. Jett. incidentals for commencement and hogs running at large. her residence in Gainesville Mrs. Fein- two weeks. Funeral services a.
the patent for which he will exericfes d'st 3 5.40 3. Reckless and fasts bicycye rid- WOTB ,
berg endeared
presented on or after April 15, 1914. 823-M. Sapp, hauling seats Lawtey to all with conducted by Rev.,B.- T. Rape, pastor {

,1,aPply.' His attorney at Wash 1 \school diet 25 !.%5 ing without bells and lights. : whom she became acquainted and the of the M. E. Church, at the,house a fi

i, wLo has examined the model Total 4j9 .30 Please take warning. only regret is that her marriage car
M + Tuesday at 9 o'clock A. M., said the
: Mr. Bradley that the tool is STARKE WON. The treasurer's report was submitted E.,E. CANOV ,.Mayor. I. ries her to another place. i interment took
place at
Crosby cene-.
_..A invention and will find and transcribed on the minutes. I' The
a.The. Starke Grays have made'a good parents of the bride regret that tery. Four little girls, Misses Kaifeloen '

[tale on the market: Mr. Brad- start The first game played after Board adjourned to meet on the CARD OF THANKS.We I their home was not sufficiently capable Alvarez, Anna Canova, 3 .acxe- l

..,-eady. has offers of financial as.'R the organization of, this fast team 18th. '. wish to thank all our friendsfor to admit of a more extensive invitation Livingston and Florence Matthews

f in.manufacturing his inven- was pulled off on the*local diamond F. G. SCHELA, Secy. the many acts, of kindness shownus but the hospitality and joy; acted the part of pallbearers., Ur, fr

j *, Thursday afternoon, by ,Starke'and during the last illness. of our little which was manifest.at the receptionto and Mrs. Williams hare the deepest

J "'. Wald, 'resulted in a score of 3 to. 2 Get our prices for printing and we i one. the young couple could not',be s r-I ayiqpatny of the entirecommunity ia
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.al $1.so per year. in favor of the Grays. rwill get your orders., i Mr. and Mrs. 'Joe.. Hill Williams. passed.-Gainesville Sun. I their bereavement

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I 1fI; tJ ? On American Wire :Fence right in any part of the union, but Ready for Tomorrow ?
}J ,ti! w AttraGriYe.Prices: ; absolutely a crime in this,;one of.1f
Hones digest their feed less thoroughly than .
In 1 not the fairest portion of the land .
t : .1f ..' Come, : other farm animal_, in order to insure thorough 1 am sate[ BeeDea
iI over 'which harmoniously now floats digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with '
<$) ft the Stars and Stripes. A little'sand horses readier for next day's work, add to their mi find hones itasavnvproposttioaon regularly and

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Hardware Lumber aboard one of the palatial steamers MEDICINE So
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.- h, that make our ports in I summer.
tt will lessen your,feed bills
: Nothing wrong in that, you will say, 25C, SOc and '1. per ClIo '
; and I shall agree with you, but imagine It win increase your profits. At your dca1a"I.P.

\ that man saying to a mixed p.
++++* !-!-.1111111111IIH++ I'his'legume is very rich in nitrogen, and of their love and care of tree and audience of passengers, many from

f- j ind furnished all the fertilizer necessary vine.Greece distant points, "I, simply had to go ----

r ., # THE FIG FOR PROFIT. + for the tree. ,' Italy, Spain, Portugal and away! I can not stand sweltering in .

+ + Tho vine provided a,mulch, keepinghe the isles of the sea have each given this heat," thus maligning a state always >

'' **f44 11111111111111' *fI*+ ground cool and moist'during the their bits of information, differing in free from cases of sunstroke, MERCHANTS
I heated term. The iron cow pea is no essential ever cool at night, and one which -, ,
c ) The fig was'held in high favor by Planted without regularity by rea-
referred, as not being subject to keeps more people at home, in summer -
the nations of antiquity. It was much foot'rot, as are some other varieties son of uneven ground, often on the pro rata of population than the Don't forget to take an itemized inventory i
epicures and once .
esteemed by the.Roman mountain sides with differences in
when planted repeatedly on the same average state south of a'given line. "

t at harvest time constituted a large ground.. the systems of measures of land and It will do any man'good to have a every year; your policy requires it. This is very. \
of the food of slaves engaged '
portion of costs and values comparisons of
&:. Phosphates dq not appear to be ; change of surroundings after a long
in agriculture. It was one of the results of returns is impracticableif You tell when fire : :
necessary at all, and potash in such or. continued effort at his duties, especially important. can never A will-:
articles of sustenance for .
principal small quantities as are usually foundin not quite impossible. in work indoors.. The north- t
the Greeks. any soil Comfortable is. the owner of a few erner seeks that change and goes to come. Be sure you comply with ever, ., conditions
.h Large quantities are raised in
score trees; independent the possessorof the mountains for recreation s '
or as
; southern Europe, but the principal It has been deducted.from a complete a few hundred. I f :il
' t exports are from Asia Minor, where analysis of the observations'reported the seashore for month R. & Co. Starke
to a Fla.
am going Davis
that in orchard clean ;
r the drying of figs is an important in- planting, scrap, twig and leaf, all manure '
1 dustry.In cultivation should be given for the just to get away from myself. He t
and straw is composted and put
first two until the trees are needed a change, as most everybodydoes ;1t
tAe cotton belt section of our years around the trees in February, generally -
own country the fresh fig has long well established, but that commenc- in shallow trenches. The groundis once in a while, and it wasn't ,
considered and ing the second spring after plantingno the heat that created the need, at -
mv been a great. delicacy, covered with a mulch and left un
t: I few of the old homesteads are without plowing should be done after the least not primarily, but an absolute
i disturbed. Shallow ditches are madein
: sufficient trees to supply the growth starts. necessity to see and hear things dif- 'I
the hard soil to provide waterways I Bradford County !
ferent from the home influence. It
household. The trees will not stand cultivationin connecting with the tree trenches and
It is wholesome and healthful, and the summer after the second year, these are frequently flooded. may take sand to assert that you

J- perhaps the most valuable of our do- but may be plowed without harm dur- When the rains are not abundant, wanted a change anyhow and that
'mestic fruits. It has pleasant laxative ing the winter. That plenty of wateris the careful orchardist assuages their summer is the best time for you to Abstract Company p

qualities, possessed by no other essential but becomes injuriousif the state. There is no need to tell an
( an ,
thirst, sometimes twice in the day,
untruthful story abort a frost even, A complete record Bradford County lands
' fruit; its yalue is well recognized in it stands on the ground or around morning and evening. "
medicine. the roots for any considerable time. since frost resulted in a forward Land Titles Real Estate Investment
''. September is harvest, the first rip- march of this state not many #
(The tree is long lived; is subject toy That nitrogen is the only necessary years ...if''.
ening about mid-August the dark .
few insect depredations, bears early, fertilizing element, and phosphate as ; ago. The Miami Herald was right, ,','
variety eaten fresh, the white ones
when it claimed that the
: ; thrive with little or no attention and productive of seed formation is undesirable recently
gathered ripe, are laid on concrete
provides an' abundant harvest. and the acid form in com- truth in all things is ever mighty in 3}
I floors screened from swine and fowl
Climatic conditions here have been bination injurious. Large quantitiesof its power for good. ----- ---.... ;
t deemed unfavorable to its drying and nitrogen are required and is best but open to the sky, are sun-cured in Sand! I was told recently that it ,

the poor shipping qualities of fresh supplied by growing cow peas on the I their contained sugar and packed in may be good for bricks,but one could
layers or strung in fancy forms and ; not ''see them. Kansas has''' several ---T
fruit gave little encourageme'nt'to extensive land. One cutting may be had for 7
with introduction allowed to are shipped world around in box and towns living practically off of'bricks
h planting, but the. hay and the vines then
and increased demand for the grow until fall. ,- basket.-The Florida Dev lepr. in an indirect way. Watch the de- a % _

preserved fig, canneries were estab- velopment that will come to this state Ii
Pruning has proved most desirable, 1,1 I II
lished and plantings extended. though not generally practiced; but +++++ 11111111111111SAND 44444 industrially from the by-product, so

With the improved service provided the largest .crops and the best fruit + to speak, of sand. Real sand I mean

by the railroads, the growers on have come from those trees that were + IS GREAT ASSET. + now. Some years ago in San Fran- I I

Ji the Atlantic seaboard, nearest the mose severely pruned to secure wood + + cisco I was offered a valuable inter- .I ,I I

) markets of''the eastern cities, commenced for cuttings for propagation.Some *++++..111111111111' +++++ est in an abalone' shell corporation. 1 I
': i to realize large profit from varieties fruit almost immed- Taking it for a shell game, I refused .
+ s express shipments. the fresh fruit, iately after planting. In thirty months Sand! A wonderful theme this. to pay for that interest in hand-< sl

t & packed in berry carriers. trees given proper attention should Just a little word that means so much ling the advertising for the company "I
t Data the fig commercial for the future'of Florida. You who -which also handled some real estate ,
on as a yield from,,4 to 8 quarts, and mate- '
r G, J proposition is &scarce and very unsat- rially increase their yield each sea- I have lived in it, rolled around in it, for two years. Six months laterI 'I 1
isfactory. There are innumerable instances I and who have seen it for years, wonder realized my mistake. It was one of

of extremely large profits son.One orchard of considerable size,' at times just what it is good for, those deals that would have requireda

: from a'few trees in all parts of the where careful records were kept, four- have you ever given it a thoughtthat little sand, for I lived in the city by I Complete Visible Writing

: t cotton belt, and this induced consid- year trees bore from 80 to 120 poundsto a wonderful, multifold message the Golden Gate for six years, and ,
: erable orchard planting several years lurks in these four'mystic letters that when this offer came my way was
the tree. Planted sixteen feet .
}i ago. apart there are 200 trees to die acre, spell the word "sand?" Let us see. well able to take care of the effort. This is the great distinctive feature of the, Model) 1.D'

z; s4 Under widely different conditions of producing an average of 20,000 Sand!IA theme for the geologist. Sand! One of .the greatest chicken

i soil and cultivation, the orchards were pounds with a very material probable A theme for the tourist. A theme for centers in this country today is the

.. r generally successful and bore good increase each year for many years. the agriculturist. A theme for the evolution of a discerning mind, recog-

r' I ; crops for three or four years, when Canneries in Texas pay three and horticulturist. A theme for the penologist nizing the value of therefore consid-

y t wholesale disaster overtook many of half cents a pound; at Biloxi and New A theme for the sociologist ered useless sand land. Potalum, 0O

l them; an unaccountable die-back set Orleans, four and a half cents-the A theme for the phrenologist. California, is a live chicken center. o c,

t in, which resulted soon in their total difference in price being determinedby A theme for the poultry specialist. A Find out what each and every acre of

f t quality of fruit. At the average theme for theologian, the finan- land is good for; find out the extentto .

loss.That there were exceptions that rate of four cents per pound, thereis cier, the builder, the stock farmer, which some physical needs of man- I -''" "-, ".

y i continued to return particularly large a revenue of $800 an acre the the dreamer, the lover, and not the kind may benefit by a stay in certain Complete Visible Writing means not only that the writing,'i&ftajt]
L.M : profits, some of them as old as four- fourth after planting and least a theme for the constructionist sections; find out the extent to which .
i i teen years, and which are still in handsome year additional profit in can- booster "who believes in Florida, not you can help the home market; find is visible but that the ,operating machinery which produces .the*">|)

1 creasing their yield year by year, induced ning.' for what she offers to enrich his out anything and everything that will writing is, also visible. Above all, it means that ;the keyboard[ it-:

I capitalists to make a very thorough There are several hundred thous- purse, but for what she gladly offersto help the state and then help to workit completely visible. -

J ,investigation on the subject. and of untilled lands lying in enrich his heart, the mind and the out for the good of each section.It 5 :
2 rt. ;r ..; Expert horticulturalists were put in South Georgia and North Florida, purse of the stranger who comes will come back a thousand fold to Why? Because it is the only typewriter having ,a key for everf} g

the field from the Rio Grande "to with most excellent transportation fa- within our gates to seek and to find the individual who has the sand to character-hence,the character printed by'each key is'' always the same] ,;

i Charleston,and detailed examinations cilities, which provide ideal ,natural the best.of Florida's beauties. stand up for his state, county, cityor This distinctive feature has won for the Smith Pre ecT ypewritet 1
p and reports made of the conditions of conditions for fig culture. These landsare Sand! As it glitters under the rays town. I just saw a booklet issued -

both orchard and yard trees to determine now being released by the large of the hot sun on sea-washed shores, very recently, the foreword of a vast army of loyal users.:1

4; the feasibility of extensive com- timber interests, and may now be had tempation may come to the thoughtless which calls attention to the fact that ,-@

mercial plantings. These reports have at low prices, when development is booster to exaggerate or to' inundate -while it is intended as a boost for

kf been carefully analyzed and the conditions assured. Here lies a most unusual facts. And right here the the country outside of the town from I

s" necessary for successful orchard opportunity for both the shipment of mystic power of this single syllable which it was published, contributed to Smith Premier DepartmentRemington

? 'e operations have been definitely. fresh fruit and in preserving. .Trans- must rise to the surface in the hon- the effort and that man's name was

determined. portation is good and fuel plenty.On est, faithful booster, to hold him to given. With all 'this self-praise home Typewriter Company ,

Through the courtesy of C. Is!. Grif- a ten-acre undertaking, the cost facts. Just facts, neither hiding, nor interests of the state !suffered, when 226 W. Bay Si, Jacksonville, Florida

fing, one of the foremose horticultur- should not exceed $1,500. Land may overdrawing "truth." Florida needs that booklet was sent to Buffalo,

alists of the section, and interested be had at $25 an acre; clearing:fencing neither fiction nor falsity to bring New York, for printing, a not extra-

r; k, very largely from Texas to Florida, ditching, breaking and plowing hbme to waiting millions throughoutthe ordinary job, bearing the imprint of .

fix, under whom the investigations were perhaps $55 on an average; the necessary world the benefits she offers and the Buffalo firm. It takes sand spelled -

4 ( pursued, I am permitted to cite' theFt trees, care cultivation for three the reward she pays to honest, con- with captital letters, to boost with- .

conclusions reached. years from $30 to $75 an care. scientious seekers' after her bound- out knocking, which constitutes real -

,-,, sr I Almostidentical treatment had The income from the second year less and often priceless gifts. boosting an asset of the highest 'When You Want

L been given three of the most successful may'approximate $1,000. The third Sand! The Creator must have value.-Exchange.

t.- : of the older large plantings. One year should'' certainly produce a,value singled Florida as a stepping stone to I, m)

tire: below New Orleans, one in Southern of $3,000; and the fourth, as most the promised land. The peninsula Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe
f Mississippi and the other at Charles been shonw A Horse A Mue
t conservatively has $8- embodies the beginning and the end- Old Standard general strengthening tonic !
ton. The trees ranged from 8 to 14 000. An income in four years of $12- ing of a coast, dctted with cities and GROVE'S. TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out
Malaria enrichcs the blood.and builds npthe sys
: i : years old, and the results were fully 000, and a large increase each season towns of enterprise, from which extending tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. SOcWARNING.
% ; ; equal to that obtained by trees growing for many years. inland the arms of commer- i

k '. around the houses and chicken The first cost is practically the cial, industrial, and civic progress A Buggy Wagon

; yards in every part of the licit; and whole cost, for the single cutting of have encompassed vast areas. While .
Stockholders of the Florida Fire & '
it was found that as nearly as practicable ,
hay of the matured peas gathered not in the same advanced stage of development -
the same conditions were provided from the vines will amply' pay for with which some of her Casualty Insurance.. ., are warned

I' ..., as naturally occurred in the the planting and plowing required.In more northern neighbors have been against selling their stock to any parties :- A Set of harnessCome

" .,;'" yards. larger operations the income remains favored, the southernmost of the Atlantic who may make efforts by false Q
< i-: Around the houses, chickens roosted in the same proportion, but Coast states today possessessome statements as to the value'of the

t, in the'trees; many of them 'were costs may be materially reduced.In I individual advantages that are stock, to purchase itat, far under its

t close to stable or kitchen door, and no essential do these conclusions rapidly helping Florida to come into true value, and stockholders are re- to See, UsWe
the roots extended under house and to communicate such
: conflict when comparisons are 'made its own. And not the least of theseis quested any I
: wood-shed. A large amount of nitrogen with conditions abroad, but rather are sand. facts to the company. Stockholdersare buy in car lots and give our :Customers .
,4 was unconsciously provided. The some particulars made more emphatic also requested to place their fire
Sand! Strange isn't it? But true, the benefit of the lowest prices.
t' ; roots were. undisturbed year by year, ; notably that water must be abundant nevertheless. I and other insurance with their own y
;' and most of them had plenty of water and drainage efficient. with can not fully agree company and induce their friends to I
a business
young whom I
from kitchen dish-water, from the It has been a labor of much inter- do the same.
wash tubs and waste from wells, and est, and necessarily unhurried, to seek train from so long ago who aboard a fast Florida Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.

i all' thrived and fruited abundantly, out the many Antonios, Carloses, and when sand Tampa forms ,the top told layer me of that a J. W. ANDREWS & .SON
Plenty of nitrogen, plenty of water, '
Y Pedros, those one-time merchants, few hundred more mossbacks, laid Get our prices for printing and we
good drainage and undisturbed roots and' laborers of c will orders.
growers, peasants away beneath a few feet of sandy get your i
appeared to be the elements necessary -
southern Europe, all merchants now, soil, Florida will advance quicker in
to success: and separate those who knew and one year than she ever did in ten Starke Florida I
In these particular orchards
plowing was done during the summer no would tell from those products of New before. "Maybe I haven't 'seen that Malaria or Chills & Fever ,
East Side who knew not and
J kind of Florida
r e, the second Cowpeas mossback yet. ButI
months after year. would Prescription No.668 is prepared especially
tell. It
required advances do
many believe
that here and there the for S
were planted in the spring and MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
to; gain the confidence of some, lesson of avoiding Five or six dotes will break
were allowed to grow until fall, when an unconscious any cue, and
and time to learn from halted varied knock on the home is if taken then at a tonic the Fever will not
were harvested -under. necessary, regrettable -
they or plowed, : broken tongue, of each's .home life as the fact is. To stand return. It acts on the liver better than The Telegraph $1.50 Per Year
Calomel and doe not ripe or Helen. 25c .

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brought about through theintercession I has urged our people to engage in the If f ,

of Adjutant General J. Clifford honey business, but few have heeded i -- "

.1ivE STATE NEWS R. Foster. Colonel J, S./Mallory, of his advice. Mr. Eaton however, is [ ,

:'JI& the twenty-ninth infantry, U. S. army, doing it and with success.PalatkaNews. When Your Blood Is Right \: s

= will be the camp commander. It is .' .fib A

planned to have one battalion of his '

a.I' i That As Told Are By Happening Our Exchanges* Over Florida etc.regiment,be for instructors the present.National in These Guardsmen.matters regularswill of drill The; W.Mary"When J. Dear.Hillman the" Golden This has is been Grain the'song singing is Waving Capt.all, Your Whole System Is Rig.<<\4 # .

I ,- ." exact date of the camp has not been
IJ summer, for he harvested the finest {
fixed. It is believed that it will be I'{! f
::1;.;..-"h.n. 'oilia, Tampa negro, was of instruction at Augusta, Ga.'in Julyas some time in the.early part of Aug- crop of oats that has"ever been grownin i II t x

and costs or. ninety dayslilt had previously been announced.The use. By that time the road to the Suwannee county and it is. doubt If You Have Any Blood or Skin Diseas Do No'tj t' '"

i for beating a mule. regular army and militia of ,this camp will be in good condition, as the ful whether another such crop of oats i

..f-....... ....-r-v-; division will hold a joint .army and county commissioners .are now busy has ever been grown in the state of Delay Until It Is Too Late, But.Order \Ii :
Florida. The captain and his farmer
r boring for 0 n. Kissimmee, militia camp of instruction in Floridaat i paving it. '

jtVlnia, Oil Company, at a the state camp grounds at Black 000Investigation Mr. Johnson, sowed 18 acres to oats TODAY ii 1 1
the first of last November 13 of .
The date has not yet been definitely acres '
(300 feet, struck a stratum of of the potato. fields, J j
fixed, but it will probably take which was Burt'and 5 acres of Ful- i41
jiniB r l 185 feet in thickness, says the Hasting Journal, shows the
place early in June. gum. The field, was the center of at-

t., I'tj:be Atsa if' considerable' depth of 700 commercial feet the 0-P-0 blight ninety-day, the crop tubers going being down fairly under well the traction for every resident and visitor THE HOT SPRIN6S$ REMEDYI." .j ; t

.lost, temporarily delaying Mr. W. C. Townsend, interested matured. Adjoining fields which have who is in any way interested in ag- 1
., both at Lake Butler, (Bradford coun- riculture and was visited by admiring
oil been sprayed show fine flourishingvines
"#tor ty) and at Salt Springs, (Marion hundreds. From the 18 acres 1,160 _
tr' even 110 days old. Unsprayed A Complete and Positive Remedy for
ri county), was a Tuesday visitor. He bushels of oats were threshed, or an tt
!"t he'extra fine quality of the that it is his brother who is the fields which have gone down and I'
says average per acre of 64 4-9 bushels. SYPHILIS ACNEJ
,. tows peach is becoming rec- farmer of the family. He sold corn allowed. stand show a rotted potato The five acres of Fulgum averaged ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, \\i. J

?.'_ apparent from the fact last year by the carload, and Mr. to nearly every vine, while the 75 bushels per acre. The cost-of fertilization ;MALARIA, RHEUMATISM |I' I I 1 __

J!quotations are being 'solicited Townsend thinks he well be able to sprayed ,vines matured show about was $11.50 The :

't northern markets, where the repeat the story this year. In Brad- one rotted potato to the entire row. five acres of rye grown per by acre.these en- And All Other Forms of Blood and Skin Disease\: I ":;:: "
this of the i ,
for staple product ford the farmers were blessed with Many anti-sprayers have been con- terprising farmers averaged 24 bush- \ -I J

R'ofiunshine is becoming more two big rains that did not reach down vinced this year that spraying is virtually els to the acre. This seed was sold I ii, i i 1

fifeJeoeeOBceola Journal this far, and Mr. Townsend that insuring the crop. The cost of I t' : -
A-A at $2 per bushel. Besides the revenue Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce This the Greatest}\ \ !t
|"As.tl1| two rains are sufficient for a corn about $1.25 per acre for each spray- ,
derived from the seed the was
4KMOHi.1 '- zoological garden, crop. The Townsend Brothers have ing is nothing as compared to get- used extensively for a winter crop pasture. I Blood and Skin,Remedy Ever Placed on the Market I i : :

yfhXiT. been started in Springfield the reputation of being the best farm- ting 10 barrels more per acre, two 1 ; j
Aside from these two good grain ,, I t
Superintendent Sidney Smith, -
kfcy ers in Florida.-Ocala Banner. barrels paying for the most expensive J
i:\jftpidrgrowing, and there are crops, 1,053 crates of cucumbers have I _____
.; "t
including deer been shipped' from Capt. Hillman's Full- Course
,fin specimens, Treatment Three '
While we are enjoying, the cooling ?
farm, which netted him 50 cents "
rabb tsp, wolves, wild cats, mon- per ,-
breezes in sunny southern Florida, the Standing close to the sidewalk and
hamper. The drought which

jit,|white hare \been,>.opossum offered, and and will others.ar- place about which some"ask "can you almost ni the center of the second over nearly all the southern prevailed states-, Bottles, $12.50. Single f. "._ J JI

live here in summer? and even street from the new Lee county high
'lpon>the completion of theirJhru was responsible for a short crop and
sleeping under light coverings at school building is what seems at first I
short prices for this crop. Mr. Hillman I Bottle $5.00 'I I -
night, and putting down windows to sight to be an ordinary cabbage pal- ,
p says he will about break even on
| ; keep from being too cool and havingno metto tree used in the :
(toir is Bcnrryicg around getting so cucumbers and that is more than We Prepare a Remedy, for Every Disease 1I 1\\
fear of those things known as yards of Fort Myers for decorative ,
Fourth of celjoaand in other sections have
for her big July many growers
: heat prostrations, our friends of the purposes. A second glance, however, .
the wide-awake amuse- done this year, though generally cucumbers -
east are beginning to swelter, and shows that this tree has an unusual I I I :
,emmittee, in search for some- are a good money crop.- .
Write Us Your Troubles. All PrivateHot .
already reports' are coming in ofdeaths' claim to distinction from the fact that Correspondence rl
t3 please, have booked Chas. A Live Oak Democrat .
and prostrations from the excessive beginning at a point about nine to ten l

'jf'i'tke well known Indian bird heat. Oh,' yes; it's hot in feet above the ground is a healthy III Springs Medicine Co. ':
ii fly in his Cnrtiss aeroplane.Vifl THE STORY TOLD BY STATISTICS .
Florida.-Fort Myers Press. young rubber tree, which has attached .

be will an be automobile'parade Various, itself to the palmetto tree and is Federal census reports recently 8271-2 Central Ave. Hot Springs, Arkansas #

|tuej 'given. growing quite thriftily its elevated published show that the number of i -f
? in on
'ipd'games will make the day Wednesday Jacob Dahl brought 1 1T
criminals in the criminal institutionsof
perch. It is not a parasite, as is
from hisfarm" just south. of Zolfo
ud of there will bead
/ shown by the fact that it has sent the forty-eight states per poulationof
lots of ."eats." some specimen ears of corn that beat
good ,
any thing we have ever seen at this down and into the ground a long root 100,000 are as follows: In the pro- ;
w hibition states, 84; in the near prohibition Our Watch and Clock Repairing '
hall at the Florida time of the year. The ears were more through which it receives by a sort 1
| Tktew'dining
of distance method, states, 114; in the partially License than -
long telephone please
Tallahassee hascompleted. than a foot long, and well filled with Will more
Si college at those soil elements for its states, 118; in the extreme license you. Estimates given + 1
solid corn. Two or three weeks ago necessary '
This building in- 130. cheerfully. Prompt ser .
Mr. Dahl brought several stalks from independent growth. Fort Myers vice. ': .
iirbeddcs tie large and hand- his field that were nearly fifteen feet Press. With regard pauperism the reports I We Pay Parcel Pont ',. ,;.

m fining room, perfectly equipped long. ,And the, amazing part of the show that in the prohibitionstates 1 Charges ,OneVay.' /' :. ";,',:
pantries, refrigerator rooms the number of paupers per JEWELRY DIAMONDS -
story is yet to come. Not an ounce Efficient watering of orange groves, SOVELTIES / ,, :' .
z .jt convenient arrangements, is 46 in.near
100,000 population
; pro-
of fertilizer,of any kind has been us- gardens and the like, by mechanical RILES
R. J. S
I u ed on this land and it is not irrigated.The apparatus is claimed by W. P. McMillan 1 i/ .
bo g alley, which was to have exhibition'is ,states, 123; in extreme. license states, Fla.
-. phenomenal for sucha I for his patent irrigation sys- *
boils in the basement of the 128. \ ,
season.-Zolfo Truth. .. m
dry Springs tem. Mr. McMillan has worked over "
is not1' yet completed. -. ,
this for several years, improving on x' i I' ''I

\ Sun. The Times-Union says: That the the original device, and is now readyto -r-1 > -' : : .
*-*-* i
tjj i thirty foot river channel from the market it. He has demonstratedhis '

: I duos' Rant and Russell Thompson city;to the sea will be completed apparatus at the court house and ;

eBSoanUr with a shark Tues- January 1, 1915,-was the main idea hopes to form a 'stock company for : U '
d 1 that gave them more the manufacture and sale of the Health Drinks :
? had embodied ,in a report, rendered by sys .
s exercise than if they :
Acting Chairman Francis P. Conroy, tem. His claims for it are thorough ,

steers on the TexasAfter' of the river and harbor committee of irrigation without waste of water and .

? some hours, during at small cost. A gasoline engine is
the board of trade at'the meeting ;
'time ,they were carried out which the body held yesterday after the motive power employed. A com- ;
t into the gulf and had al- plete round of the ground to be (
.z noon. This will mean that Jackson-
t ixtide&to cut the lines and letIjftlst'the ville on next New Year's will have a sprinkled is noted by the ringing ofa For the Hot Weather <

jet there spirit" prefittithey waterway to the Atlantic which has gong, or if desired, by a record on -,, ... ,
landed'their prize, that be addedto :1
: [ of of an indicator can easily "
H been a dream patriotic people
8 1-2 feet and weighing, (
the system. Mr. McMillan says j

tlifl 'report, 450 pounds.-.Saratfl Jacksonville/ for<8>-decades.- his apparatus can be developed and What is more refreshing and health-building during: the 'i -

an The /Advocate has on exhibtion marketed, and will prove a practicalaid liot than good bottled beer? Our! r
V-'! : to the farmers, truck raisers and long summer pure -
\\U1J winter ;nt in Florida, what it believes to be the finest wa- citrus fruit growers.-Tampa Times. for Quality

41r 1 jRkhar son, a Methodist termelon in DeSoto county. It weighs brands, have a world-wide reputation Purity,. "

KS..:'fao last fall journeyed sixty pounds 'and is two and a half The Hastings potato crop for the and Flavor. *( :

wi Ha 4 home in Dalton, Ga., to Ti- feet long, and perfectly formed. It present season is valued at a million r

_vNt fit, fa': a',double team, has is of the Tom Watson variety and '
dollars. The has been harvested
x tanfe. bigon- his return home. Mr. was raised by that all-round farmer crop While t :;
and sold and the fortunate farmers Bottled Beer Worth .j
illeft Dalton October- 20, and good fellow, Mr. E. C. ThornhilL are strutting around with ple- ; ,. t V. .'Siit ;.

: 111;W 1 kU! running time to Titus- On Tuesday Mr. Thornhill and his. thoric bank accounts and swollen i't' .:

ately ,700 miles-was brother loaded a car of these melons, '
pocketbook. While the is the Red Heart Veribest Beef W ;
potato Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung' i
{ .:.1. I in 23 days. Leaving Ti- .782 melons making a carload. They ; j
....eepri14' on his return trip sold for $275.00 f. o. b., which is certainly king of the fields of that vicinity he Bottled Beer Pflsener Style Bottled specially for Florida i : ,-

j *" n; t the realm. The wise farmers are not Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known A One.. ',
.,,>- e1:11 in the season.-Wauchula Advocate. hops. great favorite. : v* -
: it steps looking to ref or-' 0-0--0 making the mistake of trusting their Absolutely] the best bottled beer for its high quality, for over 30 order will ma k''ou s steady.y :l'. :=

for immediate action in agricultural fortunes to one crop. that can be produced. Ask any years. Must be good. Try it,, customer. .j as =E

'of the fast That the orange crop this fall in {(They have grown several different body 't x j, .
disappearing 1 Dozen .. $ 1.00
the northern end of the is ---- 'f. )
county -- --- .
going Perease1doz.small ____$ 1.00 i
Horida and Georgia pine for- to be a splendid one was 'stated kinds of truck during the season and 1 Doz, small.___________$1.50 5 Dozen _______ ______ $4.00 :, ( t :' :"

.5tai n at a recent meeting by county' commissioner Sylvanus now corn.and hay are flourishing to 5 DDP, small ____-_____$ 6.00 Per ease, 5 doz. small -- $4.25 10 Dozen (t. Cask)______ $ 1.00 ; "4,! ::t} \

%- ... ;Gsi .norida Sawmill As. Robetrs, who is in the city today. Mr. make their hearts glad later. Pricesof 10 Dot, small ._______$ 12.00 Per cask.10 doz. small, ----$ 8.50 5, cask Lots, per cask, ----$ 7.50. f a..;
tI ; itJseksonyme. After hear- potatoes have ruled high all thru ,
Roberts, who is in the city today. Mr. 1, !
!, Nres:; from: two expert for- the season, there being a strong demand '
era came at'an opportune time aftera EVERY DEALER CAN MAKEBIG
-i t( tt*..Ucited States govemji'Miaaeation up to the very end of the sea-,
heavy bloom to set the fruit well, -1 3
K pledged its sup- son. In fact, those shippers who were _
so that the trees are now loaded with 1
I *I ; ..f;. ipoiBtid committees to delayed in getting their potatoes to
: The "
small weather has been
'done lines laid down by oranges.for market were the gainers by their tar- MONEY THIS SUMMER [ i' !
too dry ,sweet potato planting, but j J i
I *.t and to rise
i? "ti j formulate plans'serration the farmers expect ,to get the vinesin diness, prices continuing to to- ':>
L'. could be had, ward the end of the season.TampaTimes. B t* '" '
the ground before the end of the ;v;.i- ,
is:IO. into tIle matter of reliJri :
'1 t month. Corn and watermelons are Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made.. Buy what you ,can sell at profit.. 1;; i4'V ; ;
showing splendidly in the north
..4 ,Zrt.'i I,, up stock these brands and will have the most popular stand in town and at 'j ; :...
., I' : ( end.-St: Augustine Record. J W. Eaton, who came from Illi- Do not delay, you : -}

Albap Strum and Char- nois ten years ago to Welaka on account the end of the season made a profit that will mean money in the bank. ; i;
) ,Md tin! latter's spaniel,
of his health which has been
Eleven tarpon were landed at Eg- :
+' ., .the pnut-ipals in uniIftoftrngiJoy .
\ trip on a Saltpmt mont yesterday in the channel in fully restored, has left with our boardof Summer Drinks That Sell l : :

front of the fort'all being taken be- trade a sample of honey from his h ..
when an alliga- '
tu' a;"are 1 :sure was at leastmgr fore dark. Local fishermen had good apiary. This honey was made from I NEAR.IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. :: :
luck. Louis King landed two and one orange blossoms, and it would be hardto made. Less : ') i.
.. grabbed a baited The best light brew ;
-f !ttey htd thrown out and each was caught by the following find its equal anywhere in the than 2 per cent alcohol Bottled Non ntoxicating. Less than. 2 All the .best kinds in stock for. ,:! "., '
alcohoL t':
"1*It.i/The/ boys were in from St. Petersburg: Dave ,W. Budd, world. Mr. Eaton has about 75 hives special for prohibition territory. per healthful.cent Refreshing immediate ship t. ) : .

t' ft* t.me! 'and were try- J. G. Foley, Harry Thompson, Theo. and has so far this season gatheredover As near real beer as possible. j

J t.{ ttW alligator with a piece Curry and Mrs. Curry. In the boat 500 gallons. He says he has 10-Doz Cask ___________ $8.50 10-Doz Cask -_------:-- $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon ..' 60c. ,t, '

'I.; /a iv a tarpon line. The with Mr. King was A. J. Barry, who lost thousands dollars this year by ;

> .It, and set out, butI" caught one fish. The party from not having more bees to utilize the All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to !. ,f' .
'j i i
boat some distance Gainesville and Ocala, staying at bloom in his locality. Mr. Eaton findsa Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow ISc Per Dozen for Empty Bottles a' _,

:.itraigbtened, and the Mitchell's Beach, landed two fish and ready marke t for his product and F.. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. 4- :ur. .,1. :!

t. t:: Petersburg In- another boat, identity unknown in St. intends to enlarge his plant He says :* .

t. '1 Petersburg, landed two.-St Peters- there is no reason why every farmerin BLUM COMPANY : \\H ;

k- \t.t.: : burg Independent. Florida should not have a few bees CHAS. .

",-.tit given out at the and supply his table with one of the f. :; '

,' fjutant general of, the Instead of going to Augusta, Ga., most healthful foods. His success is Established Over 25 Yean and Absolutely Reliable "

UQ "6t. Augustine Thurs- for encampment, as had been origi- additional evidence of what can be

\tbt the organization nally planned, the Florida troops will done with this industry in Florida. Jacksonville ,- Florida 1

hiat" ona1 Guard of go to Black Point camp, near Jack- Root ,the well-known Ohio bee man, i

'pate in a camp sonville, the change having been who spends the winters .in Florida,, i
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1 THE KEYNOTE OF HAPPINESS.How WAKING, UP.., I + + + +.+ + + + +. + + +'# + + 1 By losing a great deal that he SEND US YOUR'ORDERS;'
111i7ilt-iri : '
1 tarty t I few women realize 'when they The people of this community are + # should have and 'iamb a few very '

d are railing against man-his faults waking up. THE FLORIDA PRESS. + desirable things,a boy becomes a man. i BEAMS! ; "-'

{ : 'Phone Each day sees. them take a.step # There is only one human feeling CHANNELS i ,
;l !:J'jl .bpd. Loaf _Distance and deficiencies-how largely they, '
R. forward a'step in advance a step in + + + + fftfffffftafff than desire to be A.1GLFS -
.ftjKISA: :Number. 40 have themselves to blame for the mas stronger a boy's a AND .;

I. ...' f : euline'failings. .The men who make to the future. The finest kind of Florida prod- man, and that is a man's desire to bea :- ..ALp SHAPES .;.i,'

1 h z;. ,Hi.lsi6ssedweekly,* and entered asI bad husbands 'nine times out of ten And at every knowledge step they which acquire in ucts: Peaches and chickens.TarponSpring boy again. AND SIZES ;- ,
., 's*->ilt*';; :;:I I"' class matter at the post-office have had weak, querulous irritable itself advances them yet another Leader. The man knows. he got cheated hor- BOILERPLATE;: *. ;

i'i- and the they .- ribly when he swapped boyhood for TANK STEEL
it 8tat'fceFlarida.te ,; .,, mothers, women step on the road to superior intelli-
Q as a rule content themselves with resenting The man who hanged himself to escape manhood.A .

!i ::,r.fltS.Matfheft! | Editor, and Owner the fact of their shortcom- gence.The,most noticeable feature of this the summer heat exhibited poor boy knows more when he is 16 >: COPPEtt- AND '

,.3&. '1 I. ff. E." Bobbins, ... Associate Editor, ings without I making any strenuous I, awakening is the wide interest thatis judgment as to prospective changesof than he even suspects when he is 42. / :; ZLNC SHEETS!-

: I'i t',\ aad'Bnsness. Manager efforts to rectify them. So history being .taken in the advertisements temperature.-Tampa'Times.f If a man of 40 knew half as muchas TRUSS PODSSTAY'BOLTS

.' I I ; _. -. repeats itself and the sons .like their I of mercantile.houses.. his eighteen-year-old son himself

.,:. : : ': J 'IfIIl'AY, JUNE '19th, 1914. 'fathers before them grow up in an This is an advertising age, and the L'Engle says that the Lord chas- knows the world would be simply STRUCTURAL
17 teneth whom he loveth. It wasn't the
; ; atmosphere filled with bickerings and "ad" habit has gripped not only the burning with wisdom.If IRONWORK _

iI j3; i Q || Thin Is the month of'brides and dissensions. How can great and good merchant, but the consumer. It is Lord this time, Claude it was the you want a good earnest lifelong i OF ALL KUms 1CHFPXY .
: people who took a hand in reducingthe OAK :
men be the products, of such lives? growing with leaps and bounds. enemy offend a boy about nine
,..> :1.V'lji.,5"\:' The.sooner that women awaken to a It is a hopeful sign ,a, sign of ex- swelling.-Miami Herald. years old needlessly.

,(':,.:' t ;, 1 n"31'Ldke:says a wife may be a. thorough understanding that the key panding' intellect on the part of the Mother Jones can go to Canada ,It takes a whole lot of a man to CJTPRESS ;.
; .-zdbeauty and a jaw forever. note to all family happiness is har- people, for in no other way can the and there.are,a whole lot of peopleon apologize to a boy when he finds that z;

1m: :t. life In Florida M- *" 0t for- -the next few mony, and that it devolves upon them consumer commercial,hope to acquire that degreeof :: this side of the line who would eagerly he: has done the lad an injustice.The ALL WHITE HARD PINE W
t knowledge necessaryto
: "' alone to establish that harmony there that she Times modern boy in most instances
't.1:-(;,r .t : m&a will be'one rain after another. agree can stay.- LAUNCHES
_' ;-.ii\ ,,'iFr1. .\ iSI will be more.heard of domestic, felicity a judicial expenditure of funds. Union. is the son of a man who knew nothing DORIES.
}\ -
I -' r. t 1 "Why do we shirk unpleasant duo and less of( the "new woman." There are merchants. this town about automobiles when he was a SKIFFS

r'r "3 r i. ;: ,l 1:; .fia.* :Because. they are unpleasant.. Every man no matter how viciously who are meeting this desire of the A firm over at Starke advertises boy. Yet the son knows more about
.Jr."' i' tr..!,t-.j,. $ people who are alive to the require- BUILT ,. .
'- "\ inclined clings to his ideal when he "when you want a horse or ,a mule motor cars than Henry Ford would
\ ( .;,: ,j. CswJ people are supposed to be ments of their patrons and who are TO ,ORDER I
:b: find and it is surprising how come and see us. Seems to. me sort know if he lived to be 1006.
-' "'J.: ,hP.P.1. but some of them dOD: look can one, doing their quota of the good work BOILERS
i : & sometimes to defy the of personal-but you never can tell The boy of today has deal -
W 1 ;, they manage which is making of this a communityof a good AND TANKS
- : t. i '> $ i most ordinary of feiflinine mortals. superior intelligence and worth. you never can tell-Palm Beach Post of trouble with his father but pa- MADE TOYOUR '

. .. : bb"better to be a.whale in a small and should de- tience on his discipline *
1'4.- 6 If each every women And this is yet another hopeful part can the
: t KVB than to be a minnow in a big Some newspapers are agitated over
f'3 ,, it\ H. termine to be wprthy.of deificationby sign. father all right. ORDER f...
the but in the
l f; ,,iJs., '&,;', ..F..,1.e. M 1,bins.I $. the man she loves, that man (were that dog-bite have come danger under our observa-cases The present-day boy is never struck Competent Workmen, For: Road w,7MER ,

( Jfn1t i! It same men could see .themselves he'rightly so-called), would be inspired A GOOD THING. tion of persons having been bit by a by his parents except in self-defense. At AU .

. .:-11 n\. t. J others see them they wouldn't seed by. her example and' the desire to The experiment of working con- dog, "the dog it was that died.- What we smarties are saying wise- SamMPJACKSONVILLE >

- 'C.'"I I h f:1'iBlEb.:.' rise to her level would soon find placein victs on public roads in Illinois has Lakeland Telegram.It ly in print nowadays about boys and ILl.-

>>; : r $ his heart We,don't say that this proven more than a success, and its things other wiseacres were saying '-
) !'!- Talk is and largely-so be- FLO"f
.cheap .
: .j > l .,. is an easy part for a woman to play scope may be widened in future. The is too cruel for that Spaniard to seven or eight centuries ago. ; "
'' : therf
of :
; do. most
; cheap people _
I' '....IJ:if",. 'f "',,& :: but surely it is better than being con work was voluntary on the part of bring out a two hundred year old The world isn't what it used to be, I

& .
)'1'; \" '1.1 tent to slip down off the pedestal that the prisoners map which shows the Colonel's Bra- and it never was.-Tampa Tribune. '

d ; Sfcuie will entertain the people of man would place her on, and insisting It is a policy which might be followed zilian river in all its details. But as iSINEARLY'THREE.FOURTHS FINEST( !i WE HAVE Si[ ,

- :( w.11": fifcttt section royally 'on the glorious upon being made of no finer clay than to advantage in many other the Colonel is now in Spain he can WON.

5 2 fi 1 t r"s. ,\ Fsorfh of July. he. states and for two very obvious rea- attend to that gentleman properly. "It took twenty years of popular
.:: A pounding to get through congress the
c' :} m sons: Miami Herald.
:ir.; : f :; Boston physiciap says ice cream CARELESS 'WRITER, WARNING. 1st. When convicts are worked constitutional amendment which

t7jl" : ; 1 vQt'cur that tired feeling a man has \ makes senators elective the
: V : i The Ocala Star whose editor is a within penitentiary walls the articles "Atlanta is not calling for Conan by people -
naorning after. the Beverly (Mass.) Times
:$ they manufacture are sold to the pub- re- ,
practical printer, as 'well as pne of Doyle as it is still suffering from
-' 'T lic and therefore that much work is minds us. "Behind it was at no timeas .
i :i : )r 'We fsave been grumbling about dry the best posted men in the state, gives Burns.-Macon Telegraph. Is this alert or wide-spread a sentimentas i+ .
J removed from the ranks of honest ,!
l.. .... .t i'.:J,. m sifTn'!r From now oft we can grum- notice of the following rule in refer- upon the principle that the "Burn-ed the sentiment for prohibition. The

[fl t.r.. ": i l f't-i-'i't'f..-;l'tt j.; Ife about.the rain.A ence to "scribbled" manuscript' which labor.2nd. When convicts are worked on child Times.dreads the fire?" Tampa prohibition sentiment moreover is 'organized :f ,

L : rule will hereafter be also more rigidly and militant It is crusade
J .R nan in Georgia remained under public roads their labors are of bene- i a "":

? o: ,;;'i ber two hours the other day, but he enforced,in the Sun office: fit to every citizen of a community New Jersey's highest court has de- rather than mere belief. It has writ- "r
; I "For the editor of the ten itself into law in Evansville, lad, July.17, ;
\It .....a.hWhen they found him. many years without at the same time adetriment' cided that a man is within his rights seventy-one per The H. L Hurst Mfg. Co Can
cent of the ,
Star has carefully and laboriously to some honest man who is area the nation so that
who refuses to his railroad fare
t f "War is .hell,". said General Sher-: waded through thousands of commun- in need of bread for himself and i pay what remains to do to triumph is less Gentlemen: We would not do ;_."
l; I unless provided with seat. Slowlybut *
I? ..*, but this Mexican fiasco is a ications carelessly and almost illegibly family. I a than what has already been done." out your. Man-Power, Sprayer,
the under it is j"
hi" ( : '"lrR1 of..a'.war.say the critics. surely dog seems And the Brewers' Journal that more. It is: the finest we haft
written trying to'put them in There is why convicts says
; I .. H.4 every reason coming to his own.-Orlando Repor- seen in this : city at :
t. : ,1 1- 19 r'i' .shape and doing an immense amountin should be worked on the public highways "Considering what has already been present;;....
; The law has had its''When ter-Star. '
primary that
J. ,. Bryan accomplished by prohibtionists' almost people have seen your eft
: order to'extract what and of this country.
; news
the next legislature
: 1.:4' ifttaasg. at our place think
f. much id
anything seems possible includ- very .
Ji'Sr i.!: 't 'h ...sa the people will have their in- bring out what good sense might be America is notorious for having the North and South Carolina boast ing a favorable vote in Congress for and well pleased to see it work si[z

:;/t, ;; t' -- in the tangled mass of writing. He worst roads of any civilized countryon that railroad trains make faster time place. Yours truly/J
.ij: the ridiculous Hobson-Sheppard nationwide | |I
.\: : '! ?t.t' t.-1 will have to serve notice on the con- earth and yet if every convict was going through those states than any THEODORE BUCHEOS
prohibtion resolution.
{;: \1T Pk. ,';. :' -rile:TJiami 'Metropolis says an edits tributors to the Star that in future put to work in road improvements it I other. Naturally the railroads try to J .x
({f. .j' rise called "pe odista"' in Mexico. would only be a question of time when : ,
; ; < make their service as attractive as For Sale By
they will have to write or type their HOPES
.f'l 'Niel are some times called worse the highways of this country would be and therefore the trains hurry
:\' ; communications legibly and clearly if 'ERNANDEiiSpraying
i I Ja1IIIS-thau! that in the United States. the best in the world. through theobjectionable regions. Wu Ting Fang who is characterized R.S. i]
they expect them to receive much at ,
the -
1 \- as most popular Chinese di- i ...
., Oar exchanges often speak of they tention. The Star has become too biga BOOKS. -Tampa Tribune. plomat ever sent to Washington, in Machines and .

.Hni. 5 smoge women or the average girL 'paper and there is too 'much to do Few finer tributes to books have an interview published in Harper's STARKE, FLA.
An editor in western town
\y. 1'1'' ,1't Tbeie are no average women or girls to waste time in puzzling out illegible even been paid than this of Henry. letter a from received I Monthly thus expresses the sympathyof :1opENIN

;;\{ if' ia Siarke.. They are all above the1fr' copy; and a communication that can't Ward Beecher: a an indignant : his country with the cause of pro-
subscriber saying "I don't want
: ; i
[ --.e.. be rapidly and easily read is more my hibition:
"When, one by one, a loving student paper any longer." To which the edi- '
likely to go into the waste, basket has gathered from all departments of "China waging war on opium, rec-
et'the wasps and spiders swat the tor replied: "That is all right, .!

-, :.t';,. fti& A common wasp will average than anywhere else. human learning a multitude of books, would not make it any longer if you ognizes in this fact (America's prohibition y

li'V: lit_ flies-a day, and there is no recef "Twenty years ago a skilled com- they are not alasbaster vases filled did because in that case I would haveto reform) a kindred active mor- : :
# al force and hands
f with
i.J'..A. ; ad 'how.. many flies a spider will positor rather enjoyed laying a pieceof with the sweetest perfume of the human buy a new press. The present shaking
r her 'sister republic the
il"[ J:' .&.tcIy. difficult copy on his small cap soul they are living creatures length just suits and I across seas
; me am glad <
hopes that the latter will be
!t some day
f case and making good sense out of
they are companions; they have re- that it suits you. And if that sub-
f Three of the contributory causes as free from alcohol poisons China
+ as
: I 1 it But the linotype operator of today DeliglJi'
: ceived the homage of our best hours. scriber were not hopelesly mired in Of Florida's
f. '; Iir--.li the high cost of living arewssen hopes to be of opium. The facts and .
., ; with six times as much copy to the of (
and women-Palm We have hung our hearts upon them Slough Despond he immediately adduced .
.r .J. .. women arguments against strong
-' ', E t Post And the rest of the handle as his predecessor, has no and as they sprang from the noblest sent the.cash for a l sUbscrip-- drink are set forth in such a ResortWortbin

time to puzzle out words or make parts of their cloth- tion.-Miami Metropolis.
': w aImrJI are men. authors they are clear convincing manner in a book I = '
f'i # sense out of doubtful sentences. So ed\vith the noblest associations of -
$ written by a talented American wom-
4 1 _, ," 't' At last something has been discov- no matter how good an idea a man our own lives"Nothing Newman' H. Raymond, of New an that soon after reading it I becamea t

,, l t Ii 9 : J' IIIiI that radium will cure. It will may have, he stands little oppor- gives more serenity to old York who is one of the recognized teetotaller *."

t,ff: s i. s eerie! blindness-that is, it will open tunity of.seeing it in print if he can't age and so fortifies against inward or "sane" leaders of the prohibtion par- .

R1f 'ii i. p.r eyes 'sooner or later if you buy put it on paper in such shape that outward foes as a collection of good ty in King's county says: "The Get our prices for printing and we ;;':

:.i --s Mack In radium mine. editors and printers can read with- books. The young couple who are claim is made.that.the closing of all will get your orders.CURIOUS'.
'I4u; $ the saloons and breweries would make
y.. .The spring crop season ends in out puzzling-Gainesville Sun. wasting their income in a mad effortto idle about 2,000,000 men," he contin- Sings s'f

f ,.. : Florida before it begins in The north keep pace with all that shifting
THE FARMER'S CREED. ued. "If we wipe out the liquor traffic -
':. .rib J: .ad then we have a summer crop and fashions demand in clothes could insure and invest BITS '
It would be no easy matter to the money in honest in- p
; "9, m fill: crop. The north is lucky to far greater happiness for"the
't t I amend this "farmer's creed"whichis dustries instead of employing 2,000-
1rt; s i, ...one good crop season.. future by investing in a modest libra- OF HISTORYTHE
found in the Breeder's Gazette: 000 men as it now does in the liquor Hotel =j Worthip"

J 1 tI Jolm V. Denton says he will be the We believe in the good earth and ry as they go along. business the same capital would employ TREADMILL AS A PUN. .

kik' people's candidate against :Frank its soil TOO MUCH CARRANZA.A 10,000,000 men in useful indus ISHMENT. I v-

;'l hr ;' chit two years hence. He might be We believe that all men should love few ,weeks ago it was too much tries."Miami Metropolis. J. J.. :i.lcCranie, }rlf.t-

'1 rim, but he wasn't this time-at A. W. MACY.
1 the soil and understand it Huerta but now Carranza to By Service Exquisite. :
? seems The Saving Habit.
t ; :jf; .. 1. not- so you' could notice itOueago We believe that soil culture and be rocking the boat We The treadmill is a Chinese ;i F Low Weekly' '
are It
living high. another
iSI was -'iI
Invention but in 1818 William
: :
soul culture hand in hand. ..
1, .1',it:ilf: women are accused of go Huerta appears willing to retire day when the great aim of the head Cubbitt of England adapted the I "

i iil"g too little clothing when they We believe he nobly serves who from the dictatorship of Mexico and of the home was to make both ends idea in making a machine for

:H 4 die .- However, they wear makes two blades grow where one apparently is endeavoring only to meet and put a little away. The employing prisoners usefully.It llNCINGEvery !

J ij plenty of shoe leather on the street grew before. save as much as possible of his face. American people receive a higher rate was widely adopted and extensively

f ts'4 y 1 account of the size of their feet. We believe that blood will tell. But Carranza has shown, his hand. of, wages than the workers of any used for some years in

i "f.i t. $ We believe that good seed shouldgo He's a balky horse. other country,'but there is a general the English prisons. In 1823 Dayj-All the Tim_ t_
r.- The outside view of a new baking Society
the for the
He is the fly in the ointment of Improvementof
T. into the enriched -soft. tendency in this the Persons".Direction of
country enjoy the ,
..\, ": JIIa4 in Jacksonville printed by the peace, and unless he is summarilyswatted Discipline In Prisons published ;.
We believe that animals full
good measure our income will provide
book with elaborate Illustrations
looked like a
;Metropolis on Tuesday
IInifr Twain's tunnel across a valley.TIse .should crop the grass. that direction.he will upset every effort in and sometimes; a little more. describing the treadmill WATSON & 1 i A .

the tunnel both We believe in the divine right of I The last census report shows that and setting forth Its advantages -
t picture and were If the United States Greatest Musical Team IDthe
man to labor. government. fewer than ten per cent of the people as a medium of prison .<-
N BBBgmary. .
,' $ We believe in helping men get full wants peace in Mexico it must clip.Carranza's have money in the savings banks. We' discipline. At first the prisoners ,
\ : wings for that bewhis- required to tread the
He state papers are beginning to reward for their toil are not abreast of other countries in
; kered patriot has his optics firmly focused mill nine hours a day, which i
b k normal again. Last week they the habits of and BATHINGRunning
We believe in better farms with the battered thrift this appliesnot meant a climb of about 12,000 :
upon presidentialchair
sere full of cards of thanks from suc- .
only to private but
f better roads them. to public af-
passing by of the land of the feet. This was found too severe "'-
Montezumas.Swat .
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I candidates, and for severaleeb We believe in better rural schools Carranza. fairs. In Switzerland fifty per cent and the hours were reduced Mineral Water fe

: i previous to that time they were and better teachers in them. of the population are savings bank to six and the climb to i !

3 fbQ'of political dope. The Crete Pool 100X150 Feet .
about feet
8,000 a day.
depositors in
-one twa. In
We believe that the housewife is There are twelve men seeking the every !
$ power thus generated was tr! Refreshing Boating;
fftridence is accumulating to show the better half, and that to her home gubernatorial nomination in South France, England and Germany it is I and ;' <'
i in
grinding 9\fn,
: flak the river discovered by Roose- should come all manner of'comforts. Carolina. Will anybody have cour- estimated that one in every three is a drawing water, etc. Public Bowling ;I.P.ool. and Heft__ ..

vtH has been on the map for hundreds age enough to become the thirteenth savings bank depositor. opinion has gradually ,brought f, '

*e..; of years. The colonel seems to candidate? Instead of the high cost of living about the abandonment of the I w.",:

"> be eligible for membership in his Deafness Cannot Be Cured .- bothering us, it is probably the cost treadmill as a punishment for AT' !YOUR SERVICE

., by local If you want to run for any officein of high living which In 1895 there
., fimro1 s Ananias Club. applications as they cannot keeps the bank prisoners. were
: 0 reach the diseased portion of the ear. Florida, hire John Stockton to EXCURSIONS EVERY S'
There Js only one way to cure deafness run roll down. Of course with the higher thirty-nine still In use in Eng- '
\ The skeleton of. an-m estimated to and that Is by constitutional remedies. against you and you will be elected. wages in.this country the people lish prisons, in 1901 only thirteen
',' fee old has been found in Deafness la caused by an inflamed condition A are there at YOtl ARE
250.000 years of the lining in and are none ;
mucous of the Eustachian Tillman's position to live on a higher scale
GkEToraia. That is where some of Tube. When this tube U Inflamed recent illness must have present This form of administering -
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect been confined to his stomach. At but there is always room for the ex- to
tte Steaks we have met in our travels hearing and when it la entirely closed ercise discipline prisonerswas
.- '.. ; probably came from. Deafness is the result. and unless the in any rate it didn't affect his spleen. of thrift and economy:.Tampa never Introduced In this
Gamma on' can be taken out and this $ Tribune.
A man.to whom tI the paper is .sent tube bearing restored will be to destroyed Its normal forever condition: nine ,The passage of the first ocean liner country. Malaria or Chills ; .
b cases out of ten are caused by the
through Panama canal Boys.
lice by a friend has written the fTam- which is nothing but an inflamed nation was suc- (Copyright 19U by Joseph B. Bowles.)
of the mucous surfaces. cessfully accomplished last week. Prescription No.666 prepared*
i Times that he considers the moral aillalveOne Emaredrbilanforanyaseeof Boys are fine things that grow into for MALARIA or CHILLS 41

1. taDe of the editorial page is worth all BI"'e.-.0r0Iur1a bcat&rrbtba&callllO&I sre. 8eDd for eimalen tne Mcu.4 br. Necessity knows no law but it of-. men if not carefully watched. Someof To Prevent Blood Poisoning Five or six dotes will break tsj\ }
ae costs him and the editors -CIlDU&oo.. them apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. if taken then ass tonic the Fc
yo. paper ,ono.iiaaantilas17F1Uafos ten makes a man 'acquainted with grow into sissies, but that is PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL.surgical -
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'3'1! i\:> .-" High' ;quality and low prices. The BOOSTER ENVELOPES.The ............ ..... ... .. ... .. .. ;.. t'
best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones. Starke Board of Trade has recommended -
a *. : ,

+.. f Bits of Local delicious St. Mark's home Guild made will cakes hold a on sale next of : public spirited by the every citizen use business of in"Booster"Starke.man The and envelopes ji Progressive Boslnessfinnslnsiarke. t

Saturday afternoon at A. M.
envelope selected is a good white envelope t,
tW' Information store, from two o'clock on. Come I. of commercial size. On the Readers of'the Telegraph will find' it 'to; their
early and get your cake for. Sunday. ,,
of the envelope will be printed
: advantage to trade with the firms
i c..T ty oear!.at+. s.........'etia/ Mrs. the business card of the user. Under represented -
r...,. .. w Lizzie Quinn, of Plant City, in this *
.u Guaq ea I reyna the card will appear in two colors' directory.. i
I arrived Monday for a,visit of a.few t
the photograph of
a plant
days with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick strawberry : ,
L II I bearing fruit and blossoms. On the .............. .... .. .. ....... ..N.. ,. .................. .&&.& &&-
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which she will go **
Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. Mrs. Perry Johns,' of Tavares( and South Carolina for a visit with rela- back of the envelope will be an attractive .......................... e..r... ......t....;.... M

see Mrs. C. P. Tison, of Jacksonville, are ives. advertisement setting forth : t; ': w' .
Mrs. E. T. Campbell visited friends 5.5 the advantages of Starke and Brad REAL ESTATE. > FURNITURE. '
r 'their Mr. and Mrs.
visiting parents, .
a Lawtey Wednesday.. I A. E. M itt.. e load Mr.of Lester home-grown Kite brought watermelons the first to ford velopes count mailed. Every from_Starke one of will these boost en- ..... ........-... .......... ........-.........:''i...-..N.. 1

Boss Oil Stoves and Ovens save Mrs. A. M. Darby and 'two daugh- town Tuesday. They were of the and advertise this section. Decide NNN N .

;'. iL. Jones' Hardware.* .* ters, :Misses Myra and Fanny, returned Qeckloy,,Sweet variety and were of how many you can use and give "us I! V. COMER L., PEEK .* 9 FURNITURE .. lt

; :Telegraph $1.50 per year.. Tuesday from a visit to relativesat large and uniform size. Mr. H. C. your order. Unless 50,000 can be sold .. .

La Crosse. Waters bought the melons. the price will be prohibitive and none Florida Real Estate, Land and .-*. and almost anything: :else you : 'i -

'Get our prices for printing and we 555 will be printed. Give us your order might want:,:- x
ill get orders. Porch screens and curtains for Mr. A. M. Darby ts building a two> now. Timber.Expert. .* '
your .
sleeping porches at J.' F. Eickliter's. story boat house at Kingsley lake, HULL'S DEPARTMENT .
83 years Experience at Starke. ., STORE.' .. Y .
Starke people love the cantaloupe, 6-12-2t the, upper story of which will be .' .
ut oh watermelon! screened and used Sternberg, and Mr. Ben Feinberg, of ........ -- ,
you .55 as a sleeping room.: I i.It...I..e.Mt .......

AU kinds of embroidery. at_Stump's.. The Hemingway meat market has Mr.the Darby and his family will move fort Tuesday Meade evening, which at event the home occurred of themde's on ........................-. t...............i.,....... '
'e been moved two doors east on Ninth to lake for the summer in a few -
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Mr. Harry Rivers, of Jacksonville, street to the building occupied by the days. parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 'NOTIONS.MMMMMMMMMMM. ;'-. DENTISTS .
": See Sternberg. Mr. and Mrs. Feinbergwill : .
: ras here on a visit. this. week. Bennett store. .55. H. L. Brownlee and family will make their homeat Fort Meade. NN ..........................

., Mr. J. ,B. Moseley, ,of MaxvJUe, The delicately. flavored cantaloupes take up their residence at Kingsley The bride is well known in Starke "... "".." .. ,

ras in Starke on business Saturday.I making Starkeites wish they had lake Saturday for two weeks. Mrs. and she has the best wishes of her .. '. ,. s
!I and N. A. Blitch, of Tallahassee, and Mrs. many friends here. Why is it that when yon are .'- DR. U. G. TUFNER '. .
i. necks as long as a giraffe palate in need of Notions, Ladies .
SUMMER, -* Have your housereened. Brown Milligan, of Moultrie, Ga., wille 555 .
? all the way down. Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, ., DENTIST: .
( Jones', Hardware.:. I > the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brcsn- The only moisture except perspiration Novelties, Etc., you generally .

. Have a sleeping porch this summer lee. which has been noticeable in this go to' t. 0 ,Edwards Building ..
Mr. J. W. Kea, of Ocala, transacted 5.5 section for a period of several.weeks .' STUMP'S i .. :
lusiness in Starke Monday. I Let us quote you. QUIGLEYthe The Hopson /Theatre is furnishingthe was a slight precipitation of rain last There's A Reason." 0 Upstairs over Post:. Office 4
amusement that .
only public Sunday evening, which was not -
Blueberries said to be
are plentiful Starke enjoys at present and the man- enough to keep ,the surface of the ..........................
i 555 .
his in the lake I
year swamps. I; Mr. L. L. Turner is the last man agement is making a special effort to ground wet until noon the next day. MMf............(.......
Let us screen you. QUIGLEY DRY GOODS. s
UMBER & SUPPLY CO. to become infected with the automo- secure: the highest class film service However, it cooled the atmosphere PRINTING' t

bile germ and he is now the owner ofa for the patrons of this popular pic- several degrees and made slumber so .......................... ..

i r new Ford machine. ture show house.. easy that several young men who ............. ..........................
i Senator A. Z. Adkins was in Hamp- See the remained out late that night were +H.... Mt... ..
non legal business Monday. Mrs. Kate Ortegas, of Tampa, and The new. cement sidewalk on "pounding their ears" Monday J. W. MORGAN .
Mrs. Mamie Stewart, of St. Augus- south side of.Call street between Wal- ing when morn- Headquarters for Z BRADFORD COUNTY z
they ought to have been
Mrs. C. Padgett, of Middleburg, was tine, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. nut, and Thompson streets has been on Ladies JeadJ-to-Wear Goods,. '- TELEGRAPH

.i visitor to Starke. Saturday.. P. Hoffman this week.. completed and the walk on the westside duty at their respective.places of employment .. Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. ; COMMERCIAL PRINTING. *' -

'. the block laid .! 4
I New goods of all kinds at Stump's. of same being 555' .......................... N'.". '
5S5 Shoes at Leviton's..55 this week. The walk will be extended Messrs. E. P; Powell, of Perry, C. I

Mr. J. R. Chastain, of Lake Butler, Mr. F. W. Burnsed, of Jacksonville, around the entire block. I U. Wilson, of Tallahassee, W. F. .LI

ras a visitor to Starke Tuesday. special agent of the Seaboard Air SeeThe of Mathis, Jr., and John Eddy, of Green LAND SALE. . + + + + #.}+1414f. :vt
Junior Epworth League the "
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.* Line Railway, visited relatives here Cove Springs, started for Starke from :' ,. ',
Mr. J. M. Truby was in the Florida M. E. church enjoyed a picnic at the
the first of the week. Green Cove Springs last Saturday in Swallow, & Hopkins Land Now Offered JUNE BARGAINS. + '
I etropolis on business. Monday. city park last Friday afternoon- an automobile. When they reacheda in %Oy Acre Lots. + -; :: f
der.the management of Rev. and Mrs.B. .
Stppers of all kinds at Stump's. Jack Armstrong, of Jacksonville, point about twelve miles east of + A few South Ben(watches in, +
T. and Miss Lois Peek. Games
555 I was in Starke Saturday and Sunday Starke some of the mechanism of the We are authorized by Swallow & + 17,15 and Tj'ewellmovementa; .tin

Ddt. R. S. Fernandez made a business doing some necessary work on the were played and refreshments serv- car got out of, adjustment and put Hopkins to offer their lands; east 20 year cases', .gold bows .* '
f ed and afternoon ,
: trip to Jacksonville Monday. Southern Bell telephone wires. a very pleasant was and north of Starke in
the machine out of commission. The ,' twenty and at $10.00, $15.00 and.$17.OQ .
55. spent.
1" l nearest town where they could hopeto forty acre lots. This body of over t
; 5r. D. B. Warren, of Nassauville, For dry goods. Leviton. : Perfect time-keepers. Also a f
ras in Starke on business Friday. Mr. John Powell showed us a relic get mechanics or help was Starke two thousand acres has been held out tit large lot of W. W. W. guar- f

;.f .. .. .. I Rev. W. C. K. Achenbach will of war times Wednesday. It was a and they resolutely set out and man- of the market for several years. The + anteed rings, jeweled 1 ingen! + '

Mr. J. H. Lowrey, of Lawtey, was preach at the Boat Drain school house piece of fiat money issued by the fully trudged the twelve miles .thru larger part of it is fine, claybottomtruck t uine stones, which will be replaced f _

i business visitor to Starke Satur- Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock antSunday" State of North Carolina in 1863 and the deep sand and under a pitiless, farm land. Its location is from. + if lost from etti gS. tf
'I morning at 11 o'clock. The bill blistering What said one to three miles from depot.
lay. 55. its face value was $3.00. sun. they about Also a nice line'of silverware ',
J. M. Horah who automobiles in general and that one Price $22.50 to $25.00 per acre. 5
was signed by was
Mr. M. T. LaHatte, traveling sales- + at right prices at. +
Glass towel bars at 40c and 50e at
in Terms: Not less than one-fourth cash ,
and the
state treasurer of North Carolina at particular deep sand and +
man of the Dodson Printers' SupplyCo. +
l tr' LUMBER & SUPPLY S e e CO. I ., of Atlanta, Ga., was a visitor to that time. the hot sun would not look well -in I balance in one 'and two years' at 6 MINERS ,+ _-
per cent interest.
Mr. 3.'M. Truby and family have Starke and print
Monday Tuesday.
4 gone'to.Kingsley lake for the sumMiaa -' 555 Messrs. Joe Truby and Jim Horns- e e l Thia D wpn7 I'p m.m4': Zl $acc' 444441.1lrl14r4 :"*", ,,,##: y
Sixteen rases. .?l'17. adS Last tl.C ,1meat k-deg & &tc" <<(. Stead r c 1\. i4.9 Spay e.4 uliizana emf'-!'want ia get the test selectitm apply .
r. !:rived &t< Stum'LI ler'a lake last week aDd they report tA in Starke Wednesday in their ;way j;at once to 'a ..............++...

I Mamie Turner New River I that they caught 240< treat and bream from Oklahoma to the Everglades, COMER L.. PEEK & SON, -f. : +

Irulted relatives here Monday and The new school house waa wired for with rod and reel, an average of 60) where they will homestead land and 6194t. Sole Agents.To + CLASSIFIED. ADVERTISING *

Tuesday. I'lights this week by DeWitt C. Jones, fish a day. This breaks the record make their home in the future. They .f .: F
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+.. .... .+ +it +'f.
4: i of this city, and the plumbing is be- made a few days ago by Messrs. Will ,started on their long journey from
beS:: WANTED:-Fifty pound of big, =
.1 Embroidery at Stump's. ing done by an Albany, Ga.,, firm. Bryan and Theo Tison, whose daily the West three days before Christmas. Care a Cold In One Day '
rake LAXATIVE BKOMO Q iu ne.It clean at this Will
r See I atop the rags pay
I 39 trout and it will probably be another Couch aDd Headache and ( .
average was work off
the Cold.
1 Mrs D. D. Weeks and son, Walter, Mr. 0. Gardiner bought a drove of month before they reach their destination Druggists refaad money if it'fail to cure. two cents a pound.-- i '

?jof: LaCrosse, are visiting Mrs:; N.: H. ten of the finest beef cattle that have The lake swamp around Crosby, They seemed to have plentyof E. W. GROVES aignatum oa each box. 25c. i' .. t

tey.Miss . ever been brought to Starke of Dan- Sampson and Rowell lakes was on fire money and bought and paid for WANTED-Six familiesito keep cool

: iel Moore, of Theressa, this week. several days last week and covered this summer. Write for apartments.Box .
Anna Laurie Sykes, of Houston what supplies' they needed. The men WHOLESALE
Texas, is the guest of Miss Jew- Woolsey's famous- paints. No bet this whole section with a haze of earn money by trading horses'and STORE.. 223,.Daytona Beaih, Fla. 6o2t

II Holland. ter made. QUIGLEY LUMBER & smoke. The soil. in the swamps is the; women by telling fortunes and '

55. SUPPLY CO. composed largely of decomposed veg- begging. The caravan camped southof I have opened a wholesale feed and WANTED-Tobacco salesmen Earn -
Embroideries at Leviton's. etable matter and large areas of it
s55Rev. town and while here, the women grocery store south of my retail store $100 monthly. Expenses Experience :c ..z.ex
Seebru S. S. Mathis of the were burned to varying depths. Advertise '
pastor made good use of their time in ex- unnecessary. and
and Mrs. H. S. Warren of
; near the depot, and will carry at all
Dunnellon Baptist church, will preach tracting small change from the pock- take orders from merchants" for :R
visitors Starke
to who
|Clayno, were on Mr. J. C. Poppell graduatedthis
ednesday.S morning and evening at the Baptist spring from the law department ets of our citizens and the men engaged times a full stock of hay, oats,'corn, smoking and.chewing tobacco, ,cig

5t church in Starke, next Sunday, June of the University of Florida, Gaines- in the ancient and honorable general feed, flour, salt, octagon soap, arettes, cigars, etc. Send a..2 cent ,

Mrs. U. G. Turner spent last week, 21st. ville, moved his family back ,to business of swapping horses. lard, bacon, and chicken feed.I stamp for ,full particulars. Hemet
in Lawtey with her mother, Mrs. M. 55 will continue to do a retail busi- Tobacco Co., Now York, Nj Y, 6510t
Mrs. R. R. Hoffman is spending a Starke this week. Mr. Poppell has Mrs M. Leviton and daughter, !
Edwards., I been admitted to in the state ness, but 1 will not advertise any retail
555 week at Pablo Beach. Mr. Powell practice Rosa, and Mr. Freeman Register, who
'prices, as I am going to sell to FOR SALE-Eight room :dwelling, -
and federal courts and will take ;
By wainscoting your rooms with Carpenter accompanied her to the accompanied them as chauffeur, ar-
allboard, and finishing the walls in 1| beah Sunday and returned home in the practice of his profession here. rived home Friday night from their the retail trade. with all modern improvem nts, well '
i 5.5 I 6-12-4t t J. C. CARTER. located. To interested patties will. ,
ti eo, a beautiful and artistic the evening. trip to Georgia. They made the jour- .
a The Seaboard company sent a special make rock bottom cash-'price. Ad- -
555 ,
feet c&n be obtained. Quigleyr ney without mishap until they reached -
Largest stock of dry goods in town train of freight cars out on the 0000000 000000000 dress Post Office Box 448,Live Oak,
& Co. White Springs on their return and '
t at Stump's. Wannee branch Tuesday to start the Florida. J .*194t..
the inner tube of of
there one the BISCAYNE
s Attorney B. B.'Johnson, of Jasper, .55 large movement of watermelons from : PRODUCE- CO : .
Mr. J. C. Carter is in bursted. They secured a sec- ,
engaged .
ras in Starke on legal business yes- now the section through which tnat road .. FOR SALE-Nancy Hall; ;potato .
.. relay and today. the wholesale grocery and feed busi- runs. The acreage is large out that ond-hand tube there and started MIAMI, draws, $1.25 per 1,0004 I J.-'- E.

ness and will go on the road soon to way this year and a big yield is re again. When they reached Long 0 'to?'>. Jones, 1 mile south of Staijrt,:R. F. ri

r Mr. H. C. Pearce cashier of.the solicit orders from the retail dealersof ported. Bridge this tube collapsed. It was 0 D. 2. ,, -19-lt. .

iwtey State Bank, was in Starke on this section. .55 long after nightfall, but they saw a | Solicits 'Consignments ( ; "

neat Tuesday. Paul Ernest, the seventeenmonthsold light a short distance away shining :S FOR SALE-Sweet potato. Plants at '
555 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight from a window of Mr. Nathan Moore's | VegetablesCanta- :: Kali r
Don't wait for rain. Use our garden Mrs. Onie Pons and Mrs. Opal V. An.. had a severe attack of intestinal residence. Mr.. Moore supplied them $1. 5 per 1,000. Nancy : Triumph -

QUIGLEY LUMBER ft SUPPLY thony, all of Lake Butler, attendedthe cramps Sunday morning, and upon with a conveyance and they reached | loupes and Melons : and Porto Rico. IL; p.6.12.2t.Tho- 1' L 't

CO. funeral of little Hazel Williams the advice of local physicians the Starke about midnight, Mr. Registertook 0 mas, Earleton, Fla. ? : i.

555 here Tuesday. taken to Jacksonville for a new tube with him the next p
!h'. and Mrs. Othma L. Haynes 5.5' child was FOR SALE-The Cook place, on ,:.
examination but his condition' improved day and repaired the machine in' a
ive returned from their honeymoonp The rain that fell Monday was accompanied 0BiscaylleProdilceCo.: : 'Kingsley lake, house' '.furnished, '1' .
rapidly and he was brought few minutes and brought it home.
to St Augustine.Mr. by a wind storm, which .55 boat house, two boats :>n4 bath '=s

blew down a school house in the SO- home Monday morning.Se. Get our prices for printing and we 0 0 house., F. 'A. Fisher, 1907 j River.j
A. E. Moitt visited Mr. and ,
iMra cox settlement and did slight damageat Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Williams were will get your orders. 000000000000000000 0 side Ave., Jacksonville. .;j 6V6-4t
Perry Johns at Tavares from T
points. visitors to Starke Wednesday in the I s
[Thursday to Sunday last week. 55. ;+'
of the Girls' Canning Club
Mrs. F. W. Burnsed who has been
Brocade, silk at Leviton's. work. Demonstrations were held at JUnUiil; ElU:=:! 1114-IIN91Nla
relatives here
visiting for several
Brooker, New River and Pine Hill last ..
weeks, was summoned to Tampa on
Major E. S. Matthews and family
Boat Drain
and at
week, Lawtey,
took up their residence for the sum- Tuesday by the illness of her mother, "
and this week.

[mer-at Kingsley. lake. Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Williams.. Kelly Next week demonstrations Rising will beheld [h 1 nk nhink! .

Mrs. F. A. Scott and daughter, Miss W. Lake visited the Baldwin Ma.. I at Guilford on Friday and at .

I Doris sonic;lodge Monday night in his official I Thomas School on Saturday. II IImaitott. 0{
returned Tuesday from a visitto I!
jott-cant trafcl on tietcrtau& steamer or last ycat'a in for.

| Mrs. C. L. Morrow 555 in Tampa.. capacity and degrees as district were deputy conferred grandmaster Mr. Noah Butler, of Lawtey, and : Ghc earth take ajr&h turn ctenj (tfcnttj-fottc'Itottrs--se. I Ii

Mr Oscar Strickland and family'! upon'several candidates. Miss Maggie Stevens, daughter of Mr. muM ucu. If you slum .till1fDU are lagging, 'Where ijoti I' .,

[bate moved to Jacksonville, where I .55 and .Mrs. John Stevens, of the Alfalfa start- to plan or \ hat tjoa.start lobO nwatw little- ib the Iwttt ii'

I)(r. Strickland! has secured employment W. H. Phillips and wife, R. L..Phillips neighborhood, were united in marriage that lands men at the +
( and wife, and T. N. Limbaugh and at the home of Rev. W. F. Mai prcgrcs fopPfokrfkMa .

r, family formed a pleasant party of phurs, Sunday afternoon in the presence Swing moneys a habit. 'tyou. can forth it cail/ A IljjL I'I 4

I; American fence. If quality and not Starke people who visited the city on of a number of relatives and dollar u ill fa itatthis&anit. Once aqulm it b rutfcr bro Il. :: ;

I Quantity counts, you will buy Ameri- yesterday.-Gainesville Sun, June 16. friends, Rev. Malphurs performingthe
|tae :fsnce. Low prices. DeWitt C. . ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. ,Butler It 1I1R-iU&'lrn ul&iii\ Jill =w.>Iflf !E' '

Jaaas.i Mr. Jasper Chase, who accidentallyshot ; will begin their married life at Law- '
V V VI himself in the side with a Win- a $

Judft Geo. A. Gardiner and family Chester rifle a few weeks-ago, is recovering tey. 55.. 1Pa1 or g\.... [ ;

late,moved to the house on Walnut fast from the effects of the Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg went to !

I..tmt__ recently vacated by'Hon. A.v'l: wound and is able to be.on the streets Gainesville Tuesday to attend the i lll STMU .QX I tI

t\. 5.. ':- :..-.. .-. again. -. wedding of his sister, Miss Kate:1S.&f. I -,; .. .J,

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t ti \ ,*,++. lllllllllllllll...... and enigneering trend of the peopleof from 3,141 long tons in 1900 to 303,- H. C. RICHARD HUSBAND i

&j.- + the'south has again during the last 472 tons in 1912 exclusive of about RESCUEDrl/

:'.; : i ,*, SOUTH-THE: ELDORADO. + twenty-five years been reasserting itself 350,000 tons of pyrites, also a sourceof

......;:, t + and it is to be: the rebirth of this sulphuric acid. About 90 per cent DESP 2

i: v ***.++! 1111H11111 lit**** inherited trait of character that the of all the sulphuric acid made in this i iA General Insurance Ii

tremendous momentum of this sec- country is used in the preparation of

t: The sixteen southern states have a tion is due. superphosphates and other artificial "

:4'. population 33,000,000. In 1880 the: -' fertilizers. After Four Tears of Discouraging t-I' :

r United States had a population of The stat'ent sometimes heard Imports of fertilizer materials have I represent none bat FIRST-OLA88 Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave :

50JOOOOOO.T; At that time, and very that the' great development of the also increased data compiled by the IMPORTED companies and will be constantly on tht Up in Despair. Husband ;

justly so, tke. United,stites was regarded last twent -five years is mainly due I Bureau of Foreign and Domestic alert to promote your interest Guarantee Came to Rescue. 1" ;
of the and Commerce Department of Commercefor .
as, one greatest infusion of outside blood and ;
an "
courteous treatment to all
richest nations of the world. The I the i the period ended with April 1914 IKCM On patron
capItal' seriously misrepresents arrivalsof A well written policy by a first-clast Catron, Ky.-In an :interesting letter _
with indicating greatly enlarged
south of today, 33,000,000 people ,
facts. No who has that impres-
man from this place, Mrs: Bettie Bullock
ii in many respjects very far nitrates, potash salts, and other agent in a first-class company sometimes -
sion forecast the "
can rightly progress GOOD CIGAR writes as follows: 1 suffered for four ;
ft&J ahead of the United States of" 1880, of the coming 'years, because he is similar materials.relate to those The important articles the exceptions Must have a good "wrapper." The means much in case of loss by fin years with womanly troubles,and during :
with 09,900,000. '
t The'people of the south have $200- viewing the situation'from an domestic production of which has so wrapper leaf must have elasticity and H. RICHARD Starke Fla this time, (could only sit np for a littla x
standpoint. be free from objectionable while, and could not walk anywhere 1
in the fine,veins and must at ,
in individual deposits increased as to obviate necessityof
000/XM more
Since 1865 the central south has all. At times would have
taste or flavor and also severe pains
,, the banks and trust companies of this large importations, as in the case iii j
sent beyond its borders by emigrationinto [In left side.
have a good burn. "Imported'wrappers" my ; i
section than the people of the United of phosphates, and to those, the sup- '"
t ,
in other sections more than 3,500- fill the bill They are the kind The doctor was called in, and his treatment '. :ij!F
institutions in the
States had in similar ply of which has diminished, as
000 of its'white, people and more than relieved for !
in making me a while but I
our was
1880. into Texas and Oklahoma.The case of guano, formerly'abundant in II ,. ,
soon confined to bed| I
again. '
Celebrated A. P. H. Cigars. my After \
The south is mining almost twice : South America, South Africa and certain a Full Line ofUndertakers' 1
: the United States comparatively few persons from becom- And tha tis not all, we use the best that, nothing seemed to eo me any good! j}!
as much coal'as Pacific islands, but yearly Supplies
other sections who have come into the Havana tobacco for fillers. For these 1 had gotten so weak I could not stand, I ."
is producingfour I
,4 mined. It article of
then ing more scarce as an com-
south when the fullest
$ much petroleum its output ,, given measureof reasons you should try an A. P. H. Always on hand. The beet service and I gave up in despair. i
I times as merce. "
credit for what they have achieved, at the lowest At last husband get me a bottle cl < s
bar. Cigar. It will surely become prices. Special
been 100,000,000 your t
# last year having Nitrate of soda ranks first in value
cannotin the smallest offset
degree attention to Telegraph Orders. Cardui, the woman's ton c, and I com .'
rels against 26,000,000 barrels for of of fertilizer materials! the I'
the tremendous loss of andpower1 imports favorite.STARKE
i energy menced taking it. From the lint ( _
CIGAR CO. very
the United States in 1880. total imports thereof in the last fis- r 't
of the that ,
5,000,000 people Starke Fla. Registered Embalmer dose, I could tell it was helping me. I '
The south has $700,000,000 more cal having exceeded half mil-
a went out of the central south' year a
frwii' by rea- can now walk two miles without hs I
capital invested in manufacturing lion tons valued at over twenty mil- I : I
of the of fol- '
son opportunity "
Ml= than the United States had in 1880, the poverty lion dollars. About fifteen per cent reached by water. On the first after- DeWlTT C. JONES !tiring me, and am doing my work. I
lowing and the of
war days reconstructions are all run down fvora.womanly l
and the value of its agricultural output of this is used for fertilizer. Of. sulphate noon a trip has been planned to the Successor to G. C. Livingston & Co. troulIes, don't give up in ttspair. Try r .-

>> exceeds by some hundreds of millions of ammonia the imports in- DeParry state, where the girls may II Starke, Fla. Cardui,the woman's tonic. ,\has helped f I k! -
of dollars the total agricultural creased from fifteen thousand tons in have a dip in the swimming pool, fol- II more than a million women, in its 50 If :
Now the trend Is back to the south. I II of wonderful success, and should ;:'
in 1880. years
;: output of the United States 1903 to fifty-five thousand tons in lowed by a picnic supper. i
Men who have made in surely help too. Your druggist has
a success you
,The south has far more capital in- other sections hearing the "come- 1913, valued at nearly four- million. The second evening at the camp, sold Cardui for years. He knows what i it: '-

r: Tested in cotton manufacturing than home" are dollars and in the July-April periodof there will be a concert in the hotel it will do. Ask him. He will recommend -- I ,-

the United States then* had, and is of call them'of their native'land and the current year have already parlors when those girls who have For Weakness and Loss of Appetite it. Begin taking Cardui today. ii'I 'jj
consuming in its own mills about many are Many reached seventy-one thousand tons. talents, will have a chance to display The Old Standard general strengthening tonic Write to: Chattanooga Medlcln Co. Ladlet i 11
t twice the cotton as was then consume from other sections are< beginning We also imported fifteen thousand them. One of the numbers, on the GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives out Advisory Dept.. Chattma<.*. Tcnn.. for &xcioj i", ""
their southward march in order to Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic Instruction on your case and 64-paplook. Hoes i
; ed in the mills of the country. tons of calcium cyanamid, popularly program will be a vocal selection by and lUre Appetizer. For adults and children. 60s treatment Women."tent la plain wrapper. H6f -& r
share in the
The value of exports from southern amazing developmentwhich known as "air-nitrogen compound." Miss Lillian Aspinwall, of Albany, 1'I( ,
is to about in "
t ports is only a few million dollars see come Kainit, a potash salt of a very low N. Y., who has recently come to San- !fi'f" -

_1 t less than the total export trade of the this section. They want to' be a part price, was imported last to the ford to live. On other evenings there -. $
and of it'and
to of
r United States in 1880... parcel reap some extent of four hundred and sixty-six. will be Camp Fire Councils and en- 0 Y
the harvest. Thus the whole condi-
The south expended last year upon thousand tons, valued at two million : tertainments: It is rumored that the !r.---I

the maintenance of its public schools tion has completely changed. And in- dollars; sulphate of potash forty- young people of Enterprise are planning Rheumatitim : :
stead of.having to make heroic ef-
i,: ; 190,000,000, or'$12,000,000 more than a a charming little play to be giv-
three thousand
at nearly
; tons, valued
fort to its home \ Blood P ison i!
States keep own people at
the United with its 50,000,000 two million dollars and other ferti- en one evening of the two weeks. Each 1
and to draw '
people expended upon public -educa- men and money from lizer salts, one hundred and seventytwo day will close with a fifteen minute Scrofula Malaria !
other sections
as was the case for ,
tion in 1880. vesper service down on the dock. ,
thousand tons, valued at two million IP I Li
twenty-five or thirty years, the south Skin DiseaseBecause
While the
finds abundant dollars. About ninety per cent Camp Conference will ; !i

; E f Comparisons of this kind showing now home for its own people.employment It funds tens at of the imported potash is'used for have the advantage of being in a ho- it Purifies /

1tr how far ahead the south is in,many of thousands from'jthe north'and west fertilizers, and only about ten percentin tel, the girls will have as much free- /1

respects of the United States in 1880 annually moving southward and it the manufacture of. glass, soap- dom as if they were in a camp, and the Blood i .

could be given almost without,limit: making, and other chemical. indus- may wear middy blouses and bloomersall I "I
finds that the capitalist,'searching BEAD WHAT NOTED PEOPLE BAT OF
These are sufficient to indicate the tries. The imports of both the nitrates day if they wish. Only the simplest -
general situation. It'is a little difficult out in every direction opportunitiesfor and the potash salts have more of clothing will be needed. Camp LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P. 1 j
investment in
for to sometimes the the south. The promoter than doubled in Fire Girls will bring their ceremonial Dr. AHdredge Beiencr.Texas, writes: Rabbi Solomon, of the Savannah COB.fregation I
us grasp the last
ten years. ,
seeking capital for a new'enterprise It is the leading blood purifier writes: Bad seven attacks of i
s fact that in bank dpeosits, in individual Other important fertilizers imported dresses, and all the girls will need Dr.Whitehead.MeteaUe.Gt.prescribes Malarial fever la.ttngfrom week to ten I
no longer has to argue with it and with P.P.P.completely cured J. days. I took your medicne .. a forlorn ; .z
pursuits and in agriculture as the that last year included thirty-three bathing suits. H. Davidson who had Buffered fifteen hope but now confess lust P.P.P. wa
F capitalist the south is a good with blood poison and sores. a real benefit." !S ,
well as in public education the southof thousand tons of bone-dust or ani- One of the best features of the years :
today ranks far ahead. of the Uni- place in which to invest money. All mal charcoal; fifteen thousand tons; of Camp Confernce is the number of IT WILL HELP YOU. TOO-AT ALL DRUGGISTS-SI I -]
that he has
to do is to that his
ted States in 1880., The total wealth prove Thomas 'meal, derived from basic leaders and older women who will be F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, CLC. .IA ;
own particular is
of the south of today is less than that enterprise a good slag, a phosphorous-bearing by-prod- present, who are thoroughly in sym- ., .. ; ;JI
one. The outside capitalist, is fully ...... ",:" ....... .;
of the United States in 1880 because uce"of the Thomas-Gilchrist processof pathy with, and understand girl life.
impressed with the fact that this is '
the south has not yet had time to accumulate the most richly endowed section of making steel; and 115 thousandtons Among them are Mrs. Mabel Stevens, -w__ I I, $}
a vast wealth out of its !I of miscellaneous substances used of Gainesville; ,Miss Emma Tucker, f
the world and that it is the
achievements in industry and agricultUre "coming Mrs. N. M. Salley, of Tallahassee
k Eldorado American adventure." only fo rmanure. Our imports of ; WHENEVER
4 : t of recent years. It is, however, -, guano which amounted to 17,218 tons Mrs. L. B. Newnham, of Jacksonville; YOUNEEDGENERALTONIC U ((

rapidly piling up wealth which within Those who would study the futureof in 1903, amounted to only 16,462tons Mrs. F. D. Robeson, of Fort Meade;

the,next few years, will amaze' the the in '1913; and those of crude phosphates Miss Mary Dudley Powell, of Charlotte :-
south with a view of ascertaining
country by its magnitude. something of the rapidity of its- have,fallen from.153,096 tons N. C.; Miss Lena Brokaw gen- .A G ( D TAKE GROVE'S

In studying the future of the south development should fully undertsand in 1903 to 23,478 tons in 1913, a de- eral secretary of the Jacksonville Y. .

n1 and planning for financial and rail- what the old south was doing in crease of 85 per cent in the decade. W. C. A., and others. -;
j1! road operations in connection therewith terial activities before 1860( what itlost' The United States obtains practically A self government committee will The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
; it would be well:for these facts all its be organized, of .which Miss Flossie .
potash salts from Germany
( by the war and the poverty following Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver
T to be borne in mind. But these statistics its nitrate of soda, from Chile Brannerr, a junior in Brenau college, ;
it and what ;
the south has Drives Out Malaria Enriches
ti amazinz as they are, are not its bone dust chiefly from will be chairman., The recreation the Blood and Builds up
.a achieved ( Europe,
.since and to these
c Ufa half, so interesting for the story they facts should be added; a knowledge of Canada and India; and its miscellaneous committee, and the music, will be in the Whole System. Grown People and ChildrenYon

,tell of what has been done as for the the uniqueness of the south's fertilizers mostly from Canada, the hands of one of the young wom- .
resources -
light they throw upon the future. for the support of a dense Germany, Belgium, and the United en from the. Florida State Collegefor know what you are taking when you take Grove' Tasteless dull Tonie
Every careful student of the material population Women. as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known

i resources and development of the ; Not until they have done this Kingdom.'f Aside from the large number who tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the.itrongest bitter'

; South knows that this section notwithstanding will they be able to form even a will go'on the boat from Jackson- tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,

; the progress made, has slight conception of the rapidity of +++++.1.11111..111111 ++..',++ ville, registrations have been receive Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
.y material development and wealth Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes
accumulation + Biliousness without
+ purging.
scarcely begun its development when ed from Stetson University, Southern
throughout the south dur- + Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
with its growth which will College, Florida State College for
compared ing the next ten or fifteen years. + purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
}>e seen within the next te nor fifteen + Women, Brenau College, and from No family should be without it., Guaranteed by Druggist We
' jfgars. All that has been done hast ++++4h+++i+t-+1111111 ,,+fI++ Monticello, Jasper Eustis Fort your mean it. SOc.

*, tally merely the clearing of the ++*+11111111111111 ++fI++ Meade, Tampa, Tallahassee DeLand !
Many girls and all
land and the sowing of the seed forth + + the young women and Tarpon Springs, so a good atten- ,,
over state
great harvest which this section + USE OF. FERTILIZERS, + are looking forward dance is assured.All ,
+ eagerly to the 24th of June.. when thev. .

.4: Js The new eouth preparing has only to reap.begun to uti- ... ... ... AlJ.. ., _T'T.. ._.._.._-._.. .. .._.._.._.._....TTTTT......al...+... will Fla.,meet for two at Epworth weeks of Inn rest, Enterprise and recreation and those have who not are already planning registered to attend SEEDS SEEDS 3

'x liz.nth'roW' materials. It has only and paid their registration fee of Cow Field Peas
,or Beans .Chufas
Washington, D. C., June 13, 1914. at the Girl's Camp Confer- ; ; ;
I ;' here and there OpeBed'up its. coalmines one dollar, are urged to do so at
That Amerie&n ,farmers are using ence. Peanuts .Sorghum Millet Selected Field
its marble and granite quarries once, sending it to the Y. W. C. A., ; ; ;
constantly increasing quantities of No more delightful location for
It has a 130 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville. Corn. Complete and full stock Gar.
i its iron-mtkiff reiources. fertilizers is evident both from the I ramp could be1'"'found anywhere in

r ; t dy ,commenced within the last few rapidly growing production of soil Florida than this roomy old fash Board will be. $5.00 a week. den Seed Poultry feed and

k years to get back.to that agricul.twal foods in the United States and from iened hotel with it's broad verandasand Supplies Incubators.Oldest
condition which existed prior to ++++* 11111111111111 ++*,++ ; .
marked increase in
r importations of large ,shade trees, overlooking I
when there was a wen + + established and largest Seed House in Florida.
the war, that class.A the waters of Lake Monroe. To the Write

t ) rounded agricultural diversity. It is steady increase in the available I tired out school girl and the business + CHURCHES. + I for illustrated Catalogue. '

only, within the last few years'thatthe supply or fertilizers is indicated by girl, it offers just the kind of a va- + + E. A.

frP I central south, from Maryland to the latest statistics of the government | cation they need. : + BAPTIST, v. C. M. Brit- MARTIN FEED CO. t

the Mississippi river, has been raising + ton. Sunday school, 9:45 A. + 206 East St
The Each Bay
domestic manufacture' day at the camp has been JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
smuch and live stock as it + M. Morning service 11:00 + i
a corn ;
fertilizers ,,for example, as'reported planned out so that something of interest ..
,' :t: did in 1860 when the population of by the Bureau of the Census, in 1909, will be going on all the time. + evening service, 7:00. Visitors + ..- J
'.1 this section was only one-third of + cordially invited to worship +
amounted to 104 million dollars, or In the early morning hours the girls .
# what it is now., nearly.double the total reported for may have the privilege of Bible clas- + with us.EPISCOPALRev.. +

1904. Of phosphate rock the domestic ses and Mission Study Classes, led by + +
For' forty more the south production has doubled since 1902 Miss Emma +' E. A. +
's years or the Tucker a well known Bible -

,. ; was passing through a wilderness. Its total for 1912, according to the Uni- teacher in the south, and Mrs. N. +. Sherrod rector. Services first + Favorite FertilizersARE

people had lost by virtue of the war ted States Geological Survey, being M. Salley, of Tallahassee, wife of the + Sunday in every month. +

'. the ability to carry on the wellrounded about three,million tons of which one Dean of the Florida State College for + +

diversified agriculture which existed million tons*were exported. Of cot- Women. On some days there will be +. CHRISTIAN Rev. Ernest +

} prior to 1860. The capital activities tonseed oil cake, about one-fourth of councils held to talk over the workof + House, pastor. Services on +

,.. which between 1850 and 1860 the total consumption of one and onc- the college girls, the camp fire + morning and evening of each + z

,caused a more rapid percentage of halt million tons is used for fertilizer girls or Sunday School and Missionary + second and fourth Sunday of + i

R growth' in ever yline of manufactur- purposes, 'recent estimates placing work, each group meeting by itself ., the month. + BEST

t ing, in the south than.in the rest oft the.value of,the oil cake thus employed to discuss ways and means of + +

,the 'eountry.' The amazing agricultural without first feeding it to the animals increasing their efficiency under the + PRESBYTERIAN-No regular + FOR : : ',
+ : land industrial of the at from + pastor. Sunday school at + ,
: y, .. : progress six to eight million dollars leadership of some one well versed i ''
, lit decade with 1860 is indicated + 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. + : \ "
ended per'annum.. The domestic pro- along those particular lines. ALL

!.;: ffr .' ,,ia the fact that during that period duction of sulphur which yields sul- Every afternoon, a quiet hour will + + CROPSINDEPENDENT II IIu
,. the increase in the wealth of the + Rev. B. + .
phuric acid, an important material in be observed from two to three, and Write, for Catalogue. '
I: ;; + south'exceeded by more than one billion the manufacture! of fertilizers, has increased then will come a choice of many at- + Rape, pastor., Sunday schoolat + < :J

f dollars the aggregate increase in enormously in + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser4' ::1
recent tractions.
& : years- those who wish to remain I : 1
r wealth_of the NelrEngland and Mid.i" around the hotel, there are the + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + -.y

r dle-States: ? ; tennis and + service, 7:30'o'clock. Visitors '"'

j The4' enginer P.g ,and; industrial Whenever You Take Need Grove's a General Tonic the, lake,croquet etc. For courts the more, rowboatson energetic + cordially invited to attend. + I .

traits, which from;colonial days down +
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless girls there'will be "hikes," and FERTILIZER C0.
( to the time when'the i of thet ++++*
$ : invention chill Tonic is equally valuable as a fishing trips, with possibly a picnic, 11111111111111 +.4'++ i
cotton gin fastened'slavery round the
because it contains the before

flecks of the people>ert of th themselves-soutliwere'nning'to'rgas well and IRON.known tonic It acts properties on the Liver QUININE Drives trips supper to ..the swimming returning pool to camp auto, Only One "BROMO QUININE"To ;JACKSONVILLE, FLA

; be. out Malaria Enriches the Blood and rides launch parties to some of the get the genuine,call for (nil name LARA WE SELL SEED POTATOES
il85a and 1860. This industrial TIVE BROMO QUININE. lAok for signature of
the Whole
riJ up System. SO cents. many places of interest. which may be E.W.CRO\"E. Core a Cold la One Day. Stop I
cough and headache LId works. off cold. 2SC.I
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1: : +,#,+lltIIIIII+l.f*.f prudent man will be equally promptin main in this condition' for several +**+++IIIII- Illl III ltti... HIDDEN DANGERS. NOTICE OF z

\.t consulting a physician. An antitoxin months ready to develop as soon as + + By the power vested in ELECTION them by the School ''

J FOURTH OF JULY. for tetanus has been'perfected it is brought in to the proper condi + CLARK GRATEFUL # Nature Gives Law of the State of Florida; the Board of
: ; Timely WarningsThat Public Instruction of Bradford -
I ; t which is as. dependable in the prevention t' + No Starke Citizen Afford orders elections to be held at county the following hereby w
Can ,
t 1 J +1'.ll+ lt I I u u s l+.Mi .. of this disease'as is the Pasteur tion.This + precincts and places of the 29th day et June r r
+.H ,
; I proper condition is when it is 11111111111111*. ++ to Ignore. A. D. 1911 for the purpose, of electing three
treatment in the prevention of hydro trustees and to determine the amount (if mil '
,: :Patriotism and powder! breathed into the nostrils and lungs DANGER SIGNAL NO. '1 comes lage to be assessed i '

1 !t11 re's a'connection between the phobia. Its use should be encouragedin i of the hogs., Then the hog gets it in Washington, D. C., June .lllr: Representative from the kidney secretions. They will Palestine school hove: for !creating district :
all injuries of this Clark has 'returned to and electing three trustees for
nature two
even warn years and
'to D 'which'would be remarkable if it large numbers sometimes sufficient to you when the kidneys are weak. determine the amount s-f millage to be /'
Washington as

1 j Jtd(j pot proved to be rather intimate though they be apparently of only fill all the cells, of the lungs. This today in an interview Well kidneys excreet a clear amber sessed. .
with Palestine school house Y
severity.The your correspondent said he creating district and
i' / It tie experiences of past years. The causes a cough and in serious cases highly fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a electing trustees. Bonrdrrie u follows:, '
bacillus appreciated the
of the summer of tetanus, the germ will kill support givenLfcim Beginning at northeast earner of section 19,
holif thin
I > r] approach that makes the real trouble following a Bog. It is most generally in his renomination race for con- pale and foamy, or a thick, red, township 4 sooth of rangy 20 east and ran
'yft>f which the "Glorious Fourth" found with young"pigs and in light He I ill-smelling urine, full of sediment south on section line to svatb east corner of : >
I powder burns, is more or less of a gress. won the nomination eas- section 7, township
S acorn of 20
attacks range east,
> li tk* occasion or inspiration makes simply causes an unthrifty : and irregular of'passage. ,
ily, and the result thence west on section line to south west
t k mystery, but medical science has him was never for a cor* 1 ,
'tie'iubject timely. condition such as is generally knownas DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 "comes ner of section 12, township 5,; south range 19
} under surveillance, investigating his moment in doubt. Mr: Clark said: I east thence north on scctfon line to north I
l ,t (fa disasters resulting from theinsane habits and methods of work. The "thumps. "I desire to thank the democrats of from the back. Back pains; dull and west corner of section 1. taence> west on town. t

t'i celebration of the Fourth like These worms are quite different but the heavy, or sharp' and acute ship line to sooth west come of south east
doct found him second congressional suggest
rs.have district of
an enemy not the of quarter section >34 township 4, south of t I
:typhoid fever, malaria and other sad to be trifled with. They have found same preventive remedy appliesto Florida for the renewed expression;I weak kidneys .and in that Case warn range 19 east thence north on half section 1 ."

visitations; are preventable. They are that he cannot thrive in the presenceof both. The best remedy is that of of confidence which they gave me in you of the danger of ,Dropsy,,gravel said line to line the to Baker the point county of linen beginning; thence east on i.}

r Witl out reasonable excuse excepting oxygen. ,It's 'fatal to him. Therefore prevention, which is to place the so handsome a manner last Tuesday. and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Wm. Brannen, 'Ben Nettles and Frank t ,;
;f that 'of ignorance, which isn't acceptable he cannot inflict injury on the hogs on soiling crops where the "No man in Florida appreciates the Pills are endorsed by. thousands. Brannen. Managers Lawtey One. to 'act u clerk. 1.. It

,!f as an excuse in these enlightened surface of the skin or wherever else ground has been plowed and also prevent support of his neighbors and friends Here's Starke proof: and For determining electing three the trustees for two yean .
amount of
from millage
I; days. Where an explosion he may be exposed to air. He must sleeping in dusty places more than I do, and no man will strive Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke, be assessed. ,Managers: EnocH Grits G. A.to l :;.

h I of, gunpowder in firearms or fireworks and does ,work beneath the surface around old buildings. harder, to deconstrate that appreciation Fla., says: "It has been some little clerk Pierce and Jesse Reddish, one to act aa t; J _

J results in fatal injury or in instantaneous and he burrows ,along the nerve lines Medicinal treatment for these troubles than I wilL while since I used Doan's Kidney Pills s Samps** afT '

', death, the doctor, of to the nerve centers of the body. the is not always practical so ,that "I feel that with my experience asa but I know the remedy helped me. I and For determining electing three the amount trustees of,for millage two to yean be -

a course, hasn't a chance. The coroner The advice to the layman in thee the preventive measures suggestedand representative in congress I am in Was having trouble,from my back all assessed.Jones and S.Managers: Jin Smith Frank "

should be summoned. But in thr providing of green crops dur better of the time and Doan's Prescott one to act' as clerk. -. ,
case of accidents from exploding powder a position to day to render Kidney Pills Grakaoi .
r l\ ry multitude of accidents that ing the summer and winter seasons For enlarging the boundaries of the dis
isto good me. Others of
pepper I. go to the doctor as soon as is all-important. and effective service to my people the family have trict and electing three trusiees for two yean '

i the akin with burned powder, that possible-don't wait until tomorrowgo than ever before, and I desire to also used this remedy with good' re- and to determine the amount of millage to be i
The }
;.j bring shattered fingers and Minded I presence of worms, hog cholera suIts. I assessed. Managers: W. D. Wasdin 0. W. -,. ;
As that don't "
now. first aid to the injured, and similar diseases is the main say it shall be my constant aim mind praising it. Dyal, and C. B. Roberts our to act u clerk. ';
'.. eyes-the features that make the I saturate the wound with peroxide of reason to guard and protect the interests of Price 50 cents at all dealers.,Don't F. & SCHELL. fii

small boy a hero to his companions :' hydrogen, os as it is known sometimeswith why our farmers do not undertake my constituents as_ well as to en simply ask for a kidney remedy-get g-5 {t. Secretary and Superintendent' Schoo x
hog raising on a larger scale and if
the greatest danger is ,not from superficial dioxygen. While this must not these deavor to pursue that course which Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that > '

i damages that might have'i' I be depended upon ward off the results troubles were eliminated it will redound to the betterment of Mr. Austin had. Foster-Milburn Co.Props. IN, CIRCUIT COURT 8TH ,JUDICIAL OBt, :.t _
would make hog raising in Floridaone CUlT OF -
come from other causes than explod- of injury its conditions all Buffalo l.
large percentageof over our common country N. R. .
; most profitable things the -
: ing fireworks. It is in the slow: available lessen immediate 't
oxygen may ,
farmer could undertake. The of INGRAM,
: comparatively slow-development of,I danger until professionalskill hog cholera serum is effective use "I appreciate'beyond measure, every Philadelphia. The events that took VS. i :;,

tetanus, resulting frequently in corn can have a chance.If only vote given me', and shall endeavorwithin place there were of ,intense interestto WILL INGRAM '

v plete flexion of the voluntary- muscles we must'be noisily patriotic, let against is not hog and cholera and with wormsit the next three years to merit me, though I was a girl of only BILL FOR
some knoweledge of the
and producing lockjaw I us be prepared for the the confidence bf fellow-citizens 17. I shall DIVORCE .
consequences, existence of these pests is all important my never forget scene NOTICE!: TO APPEAR.THE '
.hits. final development the death and knowing of the danger to the with so ungrugdingly given me in the.magnificent whe n the South Carolina and Massa STATE OF FLORIDA _
of the victim is attended by horrible I ,small those who intend to make a vote chusetts To Will Ingram Greeetinz; '
v be just received.
average boy to delegates
ready save success pf raising hogs in Florida. entered hall It having been shown by affidavit that the i
'iBuffering, not unlike that produced by I his life for years of future useful to gether arm in arm. Such cheer Defendant Will Ingram U 4 citizen of the '
The following remedy is recommended State of Florida but that his thereabouts is
>; hydrophobia. spasms of excruelating ness. ing I had never heard, and none will unknown and that said deferJafat is over the
;/ agony in both diseases are un- for the round worm. The high cost of living is a fallacy ever,sound like it to me again. age of twenty-one and that tisye is no one ;

::* relieved by the unconsciousness of the Santonin __--____________ 8 grainsAreca in the,opinion of RepresentativeClark. "At the in the State of Florida on vaots service can S
Continental hotel be had to bind said Defendant :"
\*> victim, and he dies a lingering deathrealizing +++++ 11111111111111 .+4","+. Nut _______________ 2 drams wherewe It U therefore ordered considered and ad '
j his ,fate and enduring the I + Calomel ________-________ 1 grain "A friend of mine from Floridacalled morning after, we were arrival much by puzzled a strange the do Judged appear that to the the said Complainant's Defendant pill will of Ingram Corn t .4

t limit of pail to which humanity can I + WORMS IN HOGS. t Sodium bicarbonate ._____ 1 dram upon me recently," said Mr. creaking sound .. plaint herein on or before the ,20th day of ;-
+ Judge Dawkins de June A. D. 1914. in default whereof a decree
i reach. + This dose is'sufficient for Clark, "and in the course of conversation termined to pro eonfesso will be entered 'against the said
100 investigate and
+++++ a after he
++ +. touched Ingram. i _
It is not likely in the.present general pound hog, and should be increasedor feelingly upon the ,had been away' for some time .h B It is further ordered that this 'notice be -'
indifference to the possibility of high cost of living I ventured to tell published in the Bradford County Telegraph
are two kinds of worms that decreased according to weight Mix came back and informed us that it -
a published ,
at Staike
newspaper in Bradford t-
j accidents of this kind even in the best cause the most trouble in hogs. First it with a little moistened corn mealor him that it was the cost of high living was an elevator that caused the ,noise.It county, Florida once each week lot six e.nseentive *

regulated families that we shall see is the common round worm that livesin shorts and give it to the hogs after that was bothering a lot of pee was the first elevator, we were informed In Witness weeks.Whereof. have" hereunto set

any remarkable lessening of this danger.1 the intestines. It Becomes serious they have been starved ten I to ple, and told him that right here in: ever installed in, the ,United my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit -

!It is well, therefore, to be prepared when it occurs in large numbers. It is twelve hours. Any drug store can supposedly expensive Washington he States, and I recall that 'the judge Court on this the W.9th T. day WEEKS of May Clerk.A, D., 1914. }

fer it-to realize that however most generally found with hogs run fill this prescription. and I could go out and spend a pleasant and his friends got considerable A. S Crews, By' R. A..Weeks, D. a 1 ,

slight powder burn may appear, if ping over old pastures. This is due 0. L. MIZELL, evening, with dinner and theatre, amusement out of it by riding up and Solicitor for Comp. .. i+ .
it has broken the outer skin there is on something less than a dollar. He down May 15-6L
to the fact that these pastures become Demonstartion Agent. on> the slightest pretext ,"
a decided danger and risk in not taking infected as the of the scorned the statement, but accepted III.-. '
eggs worms offer to that it IN CIRCUIT COURT.. 8TH iun'ICUL OR ;!. t
my could be
every step to avoid fatal infection. prove DM
are deposited with the excrement of tons I Sons, DUll le tfles ffii't Cera CUlT OF FLORIDA'
.. the hogs and the hogs continue to How To Give Quinine To Children.FEBRILINE The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, BRADFORD COUNTY : 4
If a person, child or adult, is attacked pick them "We went to a certain popular dining are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. KATIE f
up. i*the trade-mark name given to an Porter's Antiseptic Healing OiV.It relieves COWAR
by a dog presumably affectedwith The other worm most serious the improved Quinine. It i*a Tasteless Syrup pleas* place, two car tickets costing us Fain and Heals at the tame time. 25c.We,$LOOt VS. ,
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach. less than 9 cents. There II J. C. COWART
rabies he we each
takes no chances, but lung worm, goes thru a similar life Children take it and never know it is Quinine. .
'hunts; the doctor and he Also especially adapted to adult who cannot an excellent dinner of exceptionally ..... ,11,11,1,1111 +**.++ BILL FOR :J
up gets to but lives in
cycle the lungs. The egg take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor DIVURQwNOTICE
him quick. The danger from a powder hatches and in the it cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try good stew, costing 10 cents each, with + + TO APPEAR
young stage it
may the next time need -
burn'is no less serious, and the I dry up a become dust like and Ask for 2-ounce you original Quinine package.for any pur'pose. The strawberry shortcake for dessert at 5 + 'SEABOARD"TIME TABLE. + THE STATE OF FLORIDA Y

re I name FEBRIUNQ ia blown in bottle. 25 cent*. cents each. That totaled 39 cents, A _____ It To having J. C.- been Cowart shown Greeting by affidavit:: that the' }

and both of us enjoyed the meal, + /The"'following schedule is Defendant J. C. Cowart is a non-resident of
the State of Florida and that the residence'
amid + now in
pleasant surroundings. effect- : + said Defendant is at Waycrtex. Georgia and

"I then suggested the theatre,'and # No. Jacksonville to,Tampa that said Defendant is over the age of twenty*

we went to a good show, where good + due"at Starke 11:02 A. M., one. It years.is therefore ordered considered' and ad

seats were obtained at 10 cents each. + ,No. 1, Jacksonville to' Tam- + judged that the said Defendant J. C. Cowart .'
appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint -
We enjoyed the performance of ant ,pa, due at Starke 11:14 P.; M. + herein on or before the 2l'th day of
hour and half + No. June A. D. 1914, in default whereof a decree .
a used two more car 15, Jacksonville eonfesso a
Ca'I. pro will be entered against the said
tickets to'go home, and thus the entire + ,dar Key, due at Starke : J. C, Cowart -
I tis further ordered that this notice be pub- b
: evening's refreshment and entertainment P.M. + !listed In the Bradford County Telegraph a

a PRINTING for the two cost me just 68 No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville + newspaper published at Starke in Bradford
county Florida Six
once a week for eonsee*
cents.. + due at Starke 3:49 P. M. ,+ utive weeks. ,

,b '"Which shows," added Mr. Clark, + No.2, Tampa to Jacksoa- In hand Witness and affixed Whereof.the I seal have of hereunto our Circuit set fy

'I "that we can have a mighty good +, ville, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. 1914.Court on this the 11th day' of :May A. D. a, F'

time with dinner and theatre in + No. 14 Cedar
I Key to Jack- ,+ W. T. WEEKS. Clark
,, I Washington for two at small, expenseif + sonville due at Starke 9:21 A. By R. A. Weeks, D. C. .' !
S .Crews,
we want to." + A.M.. + Solicitor for Comp. j '= 1

4 atr- May 15-6t 4. -: .

..... ,111111,111111....... Starke and Wannee Brantb + MASTER'S SALE.
+ "
D\ + Notice is hereby given that trader and by _
,No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 +. virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made I '"
+ MANY CHANGES. ,+ and rendered June Jrd. 1914 by the Judgeof
+ A.M. ,. + the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial,
+ Circuit of Florida. in and for Bradford }
,. No. 104 ,arrives at Starke county, in chancery, in favor '
S < -- +++++ 11111111111111... .. of Jennie M.
t1 r 2:45 P..M. Hodges Hoffman and her husband. 1'. B.Hoffman -
Y ac1 .t and W. B. Harvard Compial&ants and ;
\ -. Washington, D. C., Jun'e,13.-The + + against Ethalena Campbell and her husband
1t, I ,.4 E. T. Campbell defendants the undersigned
C to ;.< :: wonderful changes that have occurred Limited Trains will offer for sale before the courthouse door .
1 in Washington and the nation in at Starke Florida. during the legal hours of
sale on Monday July 6th 1914, t othe highest -
a a ass half a century were emphasized today + No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa + and best bidder for cash the following

% \ Stc o t \ in an interview by Mr& John W. oil due at Starke 12:51 P. M. '+ town described of Starke real estate County lying of BradierU and being State in the of :

A> Tench, wife of Maj John W. Tench( + No. 10, ,Tampa to Jackson + Florida Lots to-wit I't.t. ,
One Two, Three and Four of Block
a ,. of Gainesville, Fla., .who is here. Maj. ville, due at Starke 6:10 P. M. + One of J. G. A tares Addition to the Town

g. ,aeatl l, CS. s% C' Tench was a widely known officer in t T. J.,Griffin, Agent. + of Six Starke South of Section Range Twenty-eight Twenty-two ,East Township .a 4

c' ', ttt. ( the confederate service, and Mrs. + + A. S. CREWS
% Special Master in ,
ail Chancery
Tench came here as a representativeof +++.+ 11111111111111No. .+4,+. A. Z. Adkins, Solicitor fr Complainants! ,:' -

1 her state at the unveiling of the -- June 4t : ',J.MASTER'S pj\. : '

ao all Cgei. s ettets Com'V confederate monument in Arlington. 'I > .e
gos1eSE 4.to bet'J "My first visit to Washington wasin 666 Notice .is hereby, given that under' and by j-S
s 4 virtue of a, final decree of force'sure\ made
1866, when I was school girl and rendered
a a June Sti 1914 by- the Judge
This .
r ii
5tta Vto are said Mrs.'Tench.' "My home then prescription prepared especially! of the Circuit Court of the Eighth: Judicial
,, a was for MALARIA or CHillS' & FEVER. Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford a
I II I B>>l"fie Ci' ksno et 'Ci' ta ook e in Union City, S. C., and until I start- Five or six dose will break any case, and county Ja thanceiy, ia favor of 0. L.;,Thomas, .

SSa0cietyspoStets' ed for Washington I had never bee neturn.if then U a tonic the Fever will not and bis wife against defendants'L. C.,Smith tl* undenigimi and L'lla: will Smith j
ta11 of'i
1 ne away from home. My father's brother S It acts on the liver better loan fee for sale before till tourthooje ,door at
o eta, ,tattopsteStR ale Calomel and does not gripe or sicken 25c Starke. Florida during the legal hours of
o Judge Dawkins, of, Florida, asked sale on Monday, July 6th. 1914 tell the high
.' est and best bidder for cash, the following
Lod elnfa t' n E me to accompany' him and -my aunton MASTERS SALE. described real estate lying and being in the I
a trip to Philadelphia. town of Raiford. County of Brad&rJ, State
a Notice ia
hereby that
given under
and o I
AI y of Florida, ;j 3,
t to-wit
1 '
"In those there virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made, f. ,
days few railroads
were Commencing
at the ,
J Southeast
and rendered Jane 2nd. 1914, by the Judge corner It! -
badly equipped and poorly operated of the Circuit Court of the Eight Judicial Southeast quarter of the North-west! '
quarter of the
'- Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford Corm North-east quarter, and run 1 ',.
ki1 as compared with the service ty, in chancery, in favor of J. B. Rhoden. thence Wing North 210 feet for a point of beginning; J.
: of today. We left Union S. C- complainant and against J. A. Wainrightand running West 210 feet; thence North -r
GtLL .. ,, by his wife Lettie Wainright. defendants. 210 feet; thence East 210 feet: thence South I'

stage coach, taking the railroad train* the undersigned door at will Starke.offer for Florida sale during before tearthoae the 210 18. feet Township to the S place, South of beginning of Range of 21.Sestina East F t

at Chester, which took us to Richl legal l hours of old on Monday, July 6, 1914 containing the appurtenances One Acre more or less: with all -i
: mond. From Richmond we, went by to the highest best bidder for'euh. the belonfjng. S'
S. CREWS. .,; '
\ following described real estate lying and be ,
{ rail to Creek thence waterto ing in Bradford Special Master in Chuaeery. fi.'
Aquia by County. Florida, to-wit- -. Z. Adkins, Solicitor ,
the Potomac river, where we tooka I A piece of land in the town of, Starke June tibtNOTICE for Complctaant If ,
Florida beginning at the northwest
I" I corner J.r
1r ta steamer at midnight, that landed us poet of the southwest quarter of southwest '
..... I quarter of section 28. township 6 south range TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS' ,"
z in Washington the next morning."In : 22 east and running thence east 184 feet Hereby notim: is given to all creditors. r. .
i thence south 418 feet thence west 484 legatees
the -eminent feet and distributees and all '
t party were numerous .. thence North 418 feet to said point of be having any claim or demand agtinst persons the to'' =
Carolinians, including two for ginning. estate of W. B. Rivers deceased, late of the "

mer governors-Orr and Perry. Gov. :6-5-St Special A. S. CREWS Muter in Chancery of Town Florida.of Starke.to County of Bradford State a ;'l s3 f
I present! any and all aurh.elainu r
iBradfordCounty Orr, just before the secession of the or demands to the undersigned exeeotot:: with..'
: Telegraph utbern'states had been of I NQTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. in two years, the time prescribed by law or,
speaker Thirty days after date of the first publication this notice will be pleaded in bar thereof. '_*,
the house of representatives. Wwent e of this notice. I will apply to the THIS THE 8TH DAY OF M\Y. 1914.: '- l ?
I Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner, County Judgeof J. E. FLITCH,
:II& t othe old Willard Hotel, and a Bradford county, Florida, for an order to Executor of the Last Will and Tectrnnt" of e
j Bradford County's sell at private sale the undivided W. H., Rivers -
Oldest, Largest and Washington paper, recounting our one-eleventh .deceased. \ '
each of Bertha andAlbertha Lewis May 8-8J. s".
; i Best Equipped Printing Shop arrival said that, judging from the minor heirs of John Lewis deceased ia and. L < :
to the following parcel of land situate in
: : '. dilapidated baggage of the tourists, Bradford county, Florida and described u | NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE >_

STARKE they must have brought their families follows' to-wit: \ Notice is *hereby given to all eoaeerne} that ;..
.. FLORIDA Northwest quarter of Southwest Quarter of six months after date beeeott' 'will"p/etent = '
along. It is true we were a forlorn Section Nine Township Seven Range Twen my final returns u admin*.t4ltpr of t&* tf ,
l : ty. East less Five acres South of railroad. tate of "' *
: Sallie S. Charier late Bndfordcounty. '
; looking because the south at '
: : party, Also South ''half of Southwest quarter of Florida deceased andttDplY.'ts: the i.>
Northwest of
quarter Section
was "still prostrate and impoverished, Seven South of Range Twenty.Nine East Township con County Judge of Bradford Couatf..tforida ,, +,
and the criticism of the paper wounded twining in all Firb-ave (55) acre more or for my final discharge.. -rJrAtBAITE6.'
less. .- '> timmma
us sorely."From CHARITY LEWIS. Adminiitrator of thIstatet... f1.BUt 1" ,

Y Washington we went tofi L Guardian, -of said : Chaser. deeeueL''A f ,. : ','$, \. ..,. r"It'" ,
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s-...< .-,;:; ;""t.;); %' ?? 'ii-''a'''::-'t: .,.,aTJSa+x..j,",, ',, '"...' '.', H. and little CARD OF THANKS. Ii'CHILE'S
: :? ... 0 .' CLOTHESPIN
1; ,', ,. f-J.. 11"O<; -. :"y -J ;ta ,">.:. !; -' ? in val- HANGING. GARDEN. MACHINES! .
-< '>- .1 'Please allow me
';!t Winifred Monday in space your .
f.; ? '.***< r 1sWPi"PWBP"PP"Ws a"ea"i l.,.-< pa:a aj, aMpaj pe fc ., 'daughter; spent, ..J .l. tt
.: f i.* 'S *" : ----'i'Vi-"l'r-Vi-'c'-: t- a c/T fTTH. : ;:*j -to heart-felt .
'Jf"'i.: ':t ,\/J 9' ;J' ,. : .., "" ...,.. Jacksonville. ,- paper Wondrous Beauty of Santa Lucia Park. What Happens Whoa a Log of WW"
..., < -t".t' "i' democratic 'voters fo
fit- : x "" jo 1Ifo; thanks to the
'r in
,. : .. \.n' Mr R. W. Smith'spent Tuesday ;,
Starts Througn Them. ;
: < .
Jd7''r In
t. $ .
.11 Santiago. I<
; < '' .. f2.k4. :
: {' ': ...> ... '.''.' {.-{... ,t.jlO.. 1!:'n ." Jacksonville.' Bradford county .for the handsomemajority
Santiago wltli,Its 400,000 of population 'Making cloti>ti U nil Icdns. drys.
":. 'y; .4).t"ws Items. Messrs. B.1"H. Hudson and Hr J. which they gav&me in the fifty miles Inland Valparaiso that nets hand ffii ;return to' I11 DJ "-

:....." !: .. Km. M It! fi'....-;tiFfscCr... ..:... ""t _. .. ,.. ., : > rf Taylor were'. business visitors.to'Jacksonville late primary, and .I will assure them Is tbe capital of (.from. It lies American factorks! At MartifafiriJleVIIno :\
h..J.'r' \: .
,.".".. ,. '.- \.': I ii. i. i J \ :-...;. < Friday f : and also those who voted against me in a great amphitheater forty miles there is a fat-tory which .haa'f ;,
{, ... .. J-rl !004S'iILT .f.Cdi \ .... ,.. .- ths1kb1' Ours ( that it shall always be my aim to" long and eighteen, miles wide and Is capacity of more;than 200.000 clotljes.) .

?'-,-' ..i\....:.... 1.5 !i>l" 'td. '4 .. Gt".. entJ." CEMETERY' CLEANING. -. .. work for their best interest. Inclosed by walls of lofty mountains .pins a day. {;:{''."...

'I- t'q f'ft; ,i ",;;&.'. ':' .t'"c f > ,. : ....-, '," Wednesday, June 8th', Crosby J. L. UNDERBILL. covered white with snow. Outside of A rough log starts through the mill -

,...! nf it $.' ( 'f .. ., -. .. thoroughly 'cleaned, Rio de Janeiro no capital in the world comes out as hundreds} : of tbe shapely
U'JoI'rF.! > ; V *"" "* *'** *V*\ *'**'>L'f' '' Cemetery was .
'' ; 7 has finer situation. Standing to tbe little wooden pine familiar to the back"
a > ;
... "" sunken filled in, fallen trees CARD TO VOTERS. '
.m&i 'e .i&J ....jB wmjiiL d"" Jeff Dowling went to Jacksonville central plain. It looks ont on one side yard. The logs' are cut into bl kj:1about :
f : sawed up and hauled'off. I wish to thank the democratic voters ":
"> beat over fertile' fields sloping toward tbe sixteen inches long, wblcfli i
1i'1 ; ": {j,AYI a Hoboestoying;: to; Monday. Many fences are in bad order and of Bradford county for the hearty .
otber it looks ruts Into boaraV'abont'
and the headlong
coast on saw '
,"'. f'd.Lt'W"'OD'la the insurance range
."... i" ,. freight train, were =Mr.. HollingsWorth' .. owners should attend to them as cattle support accorded me at the last pri- up to tbe gigantic Cordillera 19.000 feet five-eighths of au i inch thick. A',gittg r.

_:44 j : i '!iA. KM"'over ,to oar night marshal by man, went to Lake City Saturday, re- roam at will over graves where mary election. As one of your rep- above it, furrowed with deep glens and of saws cuts tbffc boards Into stripy%?'

."1.' ,,.{., .1 i">, conductor; Mayor P. M. Padgett turning Monday morning.* there tn no fences. resentatives I promise you' faithful covered with snowy wastes. .five-eighths of.an lush square and e cti.;,

;: "t t Deed .them to the roads where Dr. Mathews, .and J. -E. Byrd and The ladies who managed the work and conscientious service.Respectfully. There are'beantiful: drives and parks long enough to make four pins. Tierce ;

_...... tJ {ihvjwe been for several'days uri7 family, of Worthington Springs, came request lot owners' to carry the trash and pleasure resorts on every band. strips are placid on an automatic J: =

<|ar.guard. :They no not seem to be of over in Lear' Sunday evening .for a off and riot to pile it up near lots. JOE HILL WILLIAMS. The Alameda Avenlda Delicias. 600 trimmer and cut to the required length:,;; .

ter,:. ]1M usual type of hobo, whom always short visit to Mr. Byrd's father. One lot especially gives a great deal feet in width runs the entire length of They are then conveyed to the aabv E

:tf looking for, work .and p.rayUJ that 001) Watermelons with their juicy red of trouble every year, tho' the lot is LOT SALE. the dty. Tbe finest private houses matic lathes seven in number. etctfci! .'

_ l ; ,)!- might apt find"it; they, look like meat are, coming inn full blast at always scrupulously clean, there is a Residence Lots Near New School front on this wide boulevard. Theyare with a capadtyUffour dozen a 'mUv }
*MBwho" would do a good day's work this time. wMrs. built in Spanish style with courtyards ute., From the ;lathes the pins' drop !
J 'i large clump of palmettos at the corner Building., full flowers and shrubs. The :
of inachines
they work Sapp, of Mulberry, is to the "slotting and ftbnj 1
:i : i Vf given a.chance.: .Here Henry .' ,
of the lot that''receives the
... The handsome new school buildingis has sixty-seven miles of electriccar '
11- 1 |nfeh will'just as if they were being visiting relatives here this week. dry these to the dryrbom.. where all thota! ;,;
a .
'n the trash from the lot and.requires much looming up toward completion and lines. Most of the streets are paved tore is removed." ,next they go to thi
arid Mrs. W. H. Johns/of
If- want good man Mr.
it. a
33-< 1 J' jM ; you relatives time and labor to clean. It will be we are getting many inquiries. about with asphalt. Tbe policemen carry polishing cylinders' which are Mid:'

.. j i *; jwt fend to the mayor.(;. Five of them New River section, visited appreciated if note is made of this, residence lots on Ninth and Tenth swords. Tbe city has an air of law about half full of pins, chips and \ aW.i' ;
" Va 'a :white;.two colored here Saturday and Sunday., and order. A beautiful park was given
and the trash carried off. streets near the school. Some of the dust. The cylinders revolve slowly fof. W.
Mothers' Club a department of 3.'J. .Mattox- left Friday morningin Senora Isadora Cousins
lThe ? to the city by
i f? Very few people turned out to the parties interested are from Lake But- four hours after which tbe pins drop ,i"
tha.civic league, met at the home of company with Jim Dowling in his cleaning 'but those who went worked Theressa and Brook- It-is called the Qnlnta Normal into chutes to be conveyed to the pteiing : '
Mains after- for his home in Folk- ler Hampton, But the park of parks in Santiago Is
Hni Dr. on;Monday new Ford car. ; room. Each lathe has a capacity! < .
IL and Mrs. G. S. Ga.i *' faithfully-. Santa Loda. For striking and picturesque i 1 J
Boon. Mrs Logan ston, < lyn.Our of 2,400 dozen pins a day.-St Looii ;
Mr. Ancil Wainright had the difficult object is to make choice resi- ,
a beauty It' is scarcely equaled '!
Woreqave'a talk on the "Companionahip Tax Assessor N. Wainright was Post-Dispatch.
r task of managing the work and dence sections of these lots and anywhere else in tbe world. It is a __ k't\
: :ol Mother and : ChiJd. Other in town Tuesday., ,
he proved himself capable and untir- blocks. steep and rocky, hill rising'roo feet
I questions were discussed, among them ,Miss Eva Byrd returned home from from the cerjter'of tbe The ANIMAL SPIRITS. ,
right city. <
ing. Mr. Ed Burnsed and Will Bais- Easy term payments: Not less than : :
matters concerning new ,turnstile Tuesday where'she has l
Worthington den rendered him valuable assistance. one-fourth cash, with balance in six, original scanty soil has been added toby I
t park, gates, ,The hostess, Mrs. been-visiting relatives. Thanks due Messrs. Frierson twelve and skillful gardeners until It has become Our Vital Functions as They Wtn,";

& 4t' ..Jftiines, very. kinds served thi company H. C. Richard and Jake Johns were and. Massey are, Newn Jones and others, months.) eighteen twenty-four an exquisite park lifting Its verdurous I Known I iv Galen's Tim, nJ|: .

,, ,with creanv lttlu. last tonal hereTuesday.E.] masses like a banging garden "Few persons +ten stop to co '
a;. besides the ladies who attended, and If you want to be'sure of the best high above the dty. Flowers 'and when they epeact It 'a man of-spirS? ,.
] MM..:meeting, Mrs. Dr. Maines was N., Falsorn, has moved from his -
'j '. .J "fleeted president for'the coming rear..rI old quarters.in"A. D. Andrews mercantile the ladies who raised the- necessary selection, apply at once to creeping Tines trail 'over I"CX'kIIn wild that they are u wittingly emplorW

l r" J funds., COMER L. PEEK& SON, profusion. Fountains glimmer In the the language of I the days of Gore,?,:
of the firm of Doug- his
. 4 UMf, Douglass, company's'old store to new
6-195k Owners. sunshine, marbles gleam against the says the Journal of the American Mi& : .,
lu. Jk Knight met'with'a Wry paining- N. C. Whitten's jBtore"Mrs. ,-
: 't store beyond
:. t DEATH OF J. M. DELL green. Grottoes invite you to their teal Association. "Yet this is evldeafr.ly ;' .
f :; !ih1, W accident recently. While ; :Mae Lackholt is visiting at thehome6 NOTICE. shade and winding paths allure the the survival of the old doctriue'ct-:,<
11f + caw of meat to serve a cuss her sister Mrs. D.Lenon. .The death of Capt. J. M. Dell occurred -
tt.$p a piece f ; Notice is chat the traveler to the very summit spirits. We may believe that Gftlca F
hereby given undersigned '
his home Gainesville
1r saw,lOmehCslipped.an Rev.'H. will preach morning at on the of this rock of tbe ;
i t Logan Here.at top green a had a conception* nerve tryiifc'
will sell to the highest bid-
'. .into,.the:.thumb, leaving an and evening in the Methodist'church. Wednesday. Mr. Dell was a prominent splendid vista of the city lies at your as conductors of Something-he cit ne4--'j

'.I' ,':Wri. ,, :'\-. l-jl ff' *. : ,The work on improving the church citizen of his home' town and der for cash the entire stock of mer- very feet. You bear tbe bum of traffic spirits-to and from the brain ht'e:

,- .' was well and known chandise of Mrs. R. R. Hoffman, sit- and the wheels of cord. .* 1.-
J ,, f,8.. 8.,Proctor, nIl preachd'evening.at building,still goes on. An order.has favorably buzzing commerce spinal :y
; 9 e. the Baptist lumber throughout this section of the state. uated in Starke, Fla., in the brick and out beyond you see a fertile plain "The natural spirits were t'Jat'Oned undo
; ,taorn. been sent .enough com-
.,'i l.., j*' "? -- Capt. Dell IS survived by his wife building formerly occupied by her, on while on the far horizon the mighty property wjtilph gave to blow u.tt
,') church on .,m da). plete the inside.lining.. '
'I. ? and two sons,:Dr. James M. Dell and Monday, June 29th, ,1914 ,at 10:30in summits of tbe snow capped Andes out capacity of nourishlnR the tissues tithe ;.
11 !!Cuttabupe8jarenbw! ;1.beingshiPP Th'eshorthand. class wills meet on the A. M. their silhouettes against a sky of blue. body. The vital spirits were t>;:
Tfce who makea the monity'is the Saturday Anight''of this week next Sam IT. Dell; one sister, !Mrs. E.. B. '
.1 ;* t man ; A. Z. ADKINS Beautiful for situation is Santiago quired in the heart, and when at ,ast. -
.' r ,. ; x :man ;who'gete'ta"markethefore' the week, on TTiursday as usuaL I Williams,, of Jacksonville, and one unique and fortunate In its Santa Lucia the blood with !tfl ,vital spirits went to
.. 'f t a a + a' grandson, Mr. Shannon Dell of Attorney for the creditors of Mrs. R. .
TwtLV .. VV park.-Peter McQueen in National Mag the brain and experienced( a sort of rte
r :'i!:: "fit; would be worth while to try what ... CLAYiHIi.L; : t ,J Gainesville. The relatives were all R. Hoffman.Get finement for the lnst time''the'anim4 ,

T'!i Ji :' '.1.1 .' ",Lks_Butler' >fl could do.with celery. TJ- *' ''s. qw.ir. offrainthat- cane.Sunday present at the time of his death. sine.Three spirits were sepafeted trim it and ttf rried

n:,';' 1-; 1 go' far. we lave'beensuccessful;with our prices for printing and we Atmospheres to the body C* the nerve 'trnnkalf.;,.
afternoontwaicertainly C ,
''' 1 a- 11 'p.oai'I"we1la e tried 'and : appre- "'MEETING AT EVERGREEN.A will get your orders. The atmosphere is divided by scientists i Such was the ilea of the vital fauf" ""
: ather'haS done
y ciatedaa; the dry. w into three parts. The first extends i tiers in the se.'Gud century. Todsff:
? j'there are'ltigh'prices for celery .meeting will be held at Ever- '
f' M i
i \
: this
; t' considerable damage.to"ropsin: Notice ef Tint Meeting ef Creditor. from sea level to about 10.000 feet after 1.800 years ue know that the:
Ji' fishy nottry'the. experiment of rais= section. The. >hower.refreshed. them green on the fourth Sunday in June. In the District; Court of the United States bib. In this layer are almost all tbe : are no "spirits' !n our blood or nerraU; ;

.' r..; :f :'log"some? Celery growing .means some. ,, .'#r *' 'V deacons will be ordained. Rev. for bankruptcy.in the Southern. District of Florida In water vapors or clouds and all the but we still sp?.k of being in "blsjl "

L' :. d t ..: wjork; nard;work at that, and a mail .'Elisha Lang; of Macclenriy, was James. Striekland'and Rev. Lewis the matter of J. L Green; W. T. Saxon i I dust In It all the storms.take place. spirits" or -low spirits" of being'

;" .CJinnot cultivate a.large.area. visiting his brother h ft,:JIi...David Donerly will be. present and preaching and B.trading Y. Saxon as Hampton individually Furniture and as&copartners : Hard- Tbe temperature tends to decrease but of "animal spirits." of a "spirited.;;

;.,. W; j .On'BoUlike this a famU.co live Lang;. Saturday '" l I services will be held at 11 A. M.,- and ware Company, of Hampton. Florida in the very irregularly. The second layer extends ewer" or a "spirited horse. j' ;,

): !J.;'a l' .ae'Qve.'atxes.: .i Of course, he. would 'Mist Lizzie,Byrd": was wiitlpgsMlss at 3 :P: M. Dinner(will be served ia county rupt. of Bradford. District. aforesaid bank- to between six and seven miles ;

y r to. leave, cotton and eo'rn to the 'afternoon. !' the yard. Come one; come, all, and day of May, A. D. 1914 the said J. L Green Ugh In It are thecirrus" clouds and The Duk and the Artist'In '-?
fi r"U Ida[ Starling Saturday ? day of Lay A. D. 1914. the said J. L Green. the: temperature decreases uniformly.Man 'Recollections" Is fly |]
z tj" 'p other:. ?":; :Some day an enterpris- Mrs. Charity Starling and son, Cur5s bring well-filled baskets, and let ',us W. T. Saxon and B. Y. Saxon were duly
I individu4'wl1 throw both the and temporalblessings adjudged bankrupt, and that the first meet- cannot go beyond It. story of tbe Duke of Connaughtincident jDtJ
enjoy spiritual
: I ifilT company,.or : attended church at Highland on of their creditors willl be held in the office of These two layers together are called happened at Windsor
{: inch tracts .open,. then see how they '- 4 of the Lord. 1< the clerk of said court in the government '
? .v" in them all
'f because
i: Sunday. J building in the eity of Jacksonville. Duval the troposphere The duke was criticising ri .water 1< ; I
V. ; :'(' will flock into,'Bradford. : 'county. .Mr. Mrs:, Lucy arterrof Macclenny, JAS/E.. ,BLACK, Pastor. county Florida on the 26th day of June A. ,' the vertical movements of tbe air take done by R.Caton Woodville. repr ,.jZl
,Wm,.Johnson:has' such a;project on I k D. 1914 at 10 o'clock a. m.. at which time place. Beyond them is tbe strato \ i
; was;visiti g her sister of this'place, y ;. said creditors may attend prove their claims I ing drummer in tbe guards: p ;<11
Ja & 'Suetei8 ,is 'assured if the affair Mrs. Vina' Hudson and Mrs. .Hattie
.Is, 'well. ., 'ad..erlised.i' LakeSaturday; ;_ .i >t During the summer lull in f business, transact before such said other meeting.business as may properlycome the air in .planes parallel to. tbeearth's "you have made a mistake,... I 5bI !

>\:" MrssLotiiss while iou 'not hurried it is' Jacksonville. Fla. June 16th 1914. surface. mounting of vtbfe breldins on this d %s
;4.: Mrs. :Vine Padgett and. are a good CHAS. .S. ADAMS -

;LIT.: Padgett.wereTvislting Mrs..Sallie. Par- time to discover what you need in theprinting' Referee in Bankruptcy. mer's coat: thj fringe on,, the side"P.t,

E i I', :Bev; D. L Philips filled his regular rish, Saturday afternoon;' .'. .line: Look around and see The Strathcona's marriage of Romantic Lord Stratbcona Marriage was the tioo,"chest inttlcatiiV ought the to run line.MI.in this. ame dl J! fll.

appointment at' Maxville Sunday' Rev; James Strickland :and' family [f.your supplytof business,stationery e board of county NOTICE.commissioners willM a'romance. Hemet the lady when be of- it. for; as a boy 1 wore/1M}; (1

friends church at Highland i is 'not nearly exhausted. ,Don't.wait on the first Monday of July as a board thin
: : I :V'Mr, J.. N. Norman visited attended Sunday.Mr was twenty-nine and living on the uniform but twlll show yon WIJIj,
liiation for the of
o < equalizing .
t .and relatives at Plant City last week. < Jessie' Byrd arid, sister;"Miss until'!it' is gone. ,When, your supply the taxes of 1914 and hearing purpose complaints and coast of Labrador. She was a widow mean** and. taming to his A.. DH; J;

.of Liziie attended church at" low'it'is 'time'tO order ,new receiving testimony as to the value of any and bad a little son. There was nopriest |*
Mr.; 'and Mre. .W. H, Norman.,, Highland, runs property, real or personal as fixed by the he asked him to have the bugler oj ..
a 'Plant Cit) 'are visiting.here. Sunday.1-: n' '!tc'- supply: *sa you will have when you county assessor of taxes, as provided forin, or cbiwcb within 1.000 miles and castle guard sect up. The bugler coh

fe-' J,1'< !' t MissDeffie ":Philips returned home 'Mr.:William:Lang, of Lawtey T came need, its' ',- Section. 23 Acts W.of 1907.T. WEEKS, n the marriage ,was a simple contract and the duke.; turning toward 14#* ,
It for this
fr. i from Fernandina 'Satuid 7: up Sunday to see his sister, 'Mrs/ ,We- are better'equipped than,ever Clerk and .Auditor of board of county corn.missionera. without ceremony.when was commissioner said. "Now. Mr Woodville. I will sb |
that high
reason "
.J Mr<:E. Kite. and Miss:.Rachel. '.Hunt;I, Lake, who; is sick at;thiS place. 4 bef re'to> do your printing" ,. No-mat I- became a peer In 1897 a remarriage you looked what critically I niau.at. the-boy's And then.unltott'be as|tj., .

t r Lake- Butler: ,visited at the. home,of i The new rural'route'is now established ter"what it is, we.can:do. it.for you NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. was held to be necessary and. It was exclaimed.;-"By Jove, Mr. Wo3; "

"K .Dr.L7'PhillJpa last'Thursday: and : arid the 'people appreciate its with neatness'and dispatch.Get Thirty days after date hereof I will applyto solemnized with the full ritual of the after all!" ttlt-
the Hon. eeo.'A. Gardiner county judge. vile you are right,
frJcIa1.. I service very'much.- : our, prices and ]:we'.will get of Bradford county Florida for an order to Church of England. The Labrador "i

t, l + "j i.:Mrs: Eddie Hilliard, of Fernandina, '..Mr! H. B. has' fine'orchard of excellent your orders. v sell interest at,private each of ole.Wither the and undivided Carl Andrews one-third marriage was. however ratified by Justifying His 'Expense.' .1" "

-.ry. '4w';visiting:friends and, relatives I Jewel peaches, which are'now :Respectfully," -I minor heirs of W. T. Andrews deceased, in special act of parliament'-London Tat- Managers wfco have to pass on.!'"
and to the following lands situate in Brad let
d r 1 here this 'week. rip .and are very" delicious. BRADFORD .TELEGRAPH I ford' county Florida: and described aa follows pense accounts II appreciate Dall

n1 I n \\1 ;Eev.. Gee Larrimore,.'of.: Brooker, 'Mrs. Jeff Lang and children passed 'North, to-wit East .Quarter of_ North East Quar t Courtier. Gibson's story,'about Chicago sa

:1 :filed'his regular appointment here on through here Saturday ,enroute for CARD OF THANKS. ter of Section Four. Township Five South Most of the stories of Whistler are man who pal!);{.$S excess fare to ,

.;?, !' ,. i. Satarday and 'Sund>ty. tj I' Maxville to visit',her cousin, Mrs. Mr: 'C. A.;. Knight'i tlie .succesSfuleandidate'ifD Range Twenty VERGIE East ANDREWS rather "waspish." but one recalls a New"What York timedid on 4 fast! train.arrive, in N

, ,, w: ,. j F, NOTICE--There' will, not be any Margery* ..Austin,-;'of'that place. .. the race,for the office of 1 Guardian, for said minors. story that shows him in the light rather York?". asked (the; employer.you .
: '
'f; i .ore news from Enterprise, as we supervisor of registration,'desireS to of a graceful courtier,. "Nine-forty ip the morning.

g'E: i ,'slow have a post office here named Lit,I LAWTEY.: express his pprec: afion (?the gen-: Cm: OU $Sons ptbtt RsowBw Won't c n. It happened that tbe then Prince of "What did, you' do when'yon goU .1 I...

.r 41"t1'1&.' Look for Lit news every;weekt Mrs. G.-: W. Brown spent several erous support he received.in"the pri ,The cored wont cattt.no by the wonderful mattftofhowloqltdlnlroare old reliable Dr. Wales paid a' visit to an exhibition of" "Went np ,tq the hotel: took a blllk.j:'

; j t ..lID the Telegraph: days'in Tampa last.week 'as the guest mary'election' ;. ,. Porter's Antbeptic Heallw 011.. It relieves pictures that ,was held by an art society and ate break&st""What { -
of which Whistler was the president
,E.'h and- .R.' R. Pak u4 Hem at the acme time. zsc.sac.E1.90A Whistler received the prince at time.did; yon see yourH\
\ re : 'r; + asked the oon&rvator.
I'll PentajuJinS TVfdfly night: Smoak., r' HOTEL YOU WOULD, LIKE TOUB.FA* 1LY .TO'STOP AT- the door and as'they entered the gallery
1 afternoon.
3 in the
"About :
14\ t'y Mfc Job iioH TUJted. :at Starke on .lV :Enoch .Griffis vied:relatives his royal highness asked: ,-N

1-p 4 ...:....J .: "" f aid! friends' in and near Plant' Cityliitweek WINDLE HOTELThe : "What Is the history of your society salesman. ; :
'. \ I .....-,, 71'I': "Yes but why bave you got Esc _
I j J. Mr"Ed; Nnse_ hat; returned:from '> Mr. Whistler ed up for ateBs ;f>sre on tbe Ur

,. i ; J"'TI1I. where he'bas'betn vita uMrrCharles' 'Dinkins visited 'relativeir most delightful famflg and eoounerdal hotel;in the ttty; Just the place to make '-Sir..replied the artist with a court when you'could Just as well have -j.
you beadjuarten ,while on a .tour or enrante Nqrth. Located in the heart of
Its today
., r Ug't/LtivN iM f dends. and friends in Macclenny. the bopping and theatre shopping. com fortable and all modern convenience .at popular ly bow history begins a regular Irate? r

is $nt?ttfw Week.Zdf'isa pneea. Worthy of your patronage. "WelU" said:!the salesman '"If K
: i Mr. RlIeyJohns, of,,Plant City, .. "
:' I 1 here thlsw0ek.. .1" .Francis ,Dilyer,' of New1 Sinyrr JACKSONVILLE. ,, FLORiDA Noah and the Animals. better to be oa' that traln-H-New
: ': Ji. l t I : t.. : ..._ Few people will say tint Noah took World. Jti
,, f'f'J fcrwaV the- of ,Miss Louie oJ I.
"'>, i2N .: ,"'; I; .. """ J_ .. "..ff'Q guest more than two of each kind of animal f-

"' l \ ,C""lWI\Dn, '" .. -.ne.Brown: last week. and fowl Into the ark ..yet bere Is G.cd Advice; : .

.y i "'" :,HMrL" .'.'.'8....W4 TBiswmltWtO# ,:5Mr. DeWitt Whitehead,'of Jacksonville : .;" '.. 1. fIN the Bible on the subject (Genesis vii Don't o lire .beyond your Income;.!

..Y j1 "0''" : ,8iH j'to be at., he''I, 'I was the;: guest relatives, here : 2)::"Of ,every dean, beast thou shalt matter'bow s iall! it Is. .

; : i.af. fer, erri::Beliling, hnJUst! last SatUrday.'and Sunday.{. *' <. take to thee by sevens tbe male and Don't live upto; your Income) .

_ 1 j +sttlrned rfrtim ctbe_ la,laekuD. :' 'Misses'-Lois"and 'Eunice .Dinkins bis'female'and' of beasts that are not at least 10 per cent of It every o_ .

S i '. 'W1f: .: _.. ..;. ...;,1..r, i.j. are visiting 'relati\'es and, friends"inMacclenny clean by "two-the mate and his fee and.if possible! 40 per cent. .1'
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<"t t -c. ; .JW i
: $

::..\ iuddaa { this week. ,. the. jdr bi sevens-the male and the, fractions thaj i count Put every bit
\ t t .>Mr. J. E. Wilson was a business.vis- 1 STOCK. YI t.o'li female to..keepi seed alive upon tbe 'in a savings bank quickly.:
J Ernest Walls itor;to. Jacksonville Wednesday. h. .. i--. *. sgrplus
14) 1-- ; L'MATCHERS face wf the earth. accumulate Invert!
kS time $lpO
1 ..ta i ;'tiaitod" Starke: ;; 4f..; .. v .Mrs. :C. 'Jennings, of Jacksonville, If : s' SELF.FEED:HIP ;, 4 .( *, 'c Don't pay fair show but..for.. vaincelved.LouIvllle ]
fi''justice crews.. trial t: is spending a few days ,at the'homeof 'o'TOWRBfEUGEBI' ,TBDDIJlBSi'. i + Cellar?'Ch.mpion. I'ostPlayed ,

, P .J 't' *':hia brother. .acidS Mr. and Mrs. ;Enoch Griffia.'The I PERKLWrSHLTGL1d' $JlACBL"fl1alt. 'I, 'A seren-year-old boy, coming fromachOOt .-i------

S I 'aad..1.' #; l"; i p. Lawtey baseball team.went .to a D LWt; v. is 40.. 'ff' : .S.W u.LsJ;' S'", one 'day Informed 'his mother a Dual Rote.3

., .I,. It.; ''i .. *" -- Paktka Tuesday arid,plaled,the..fast' BO LEB8;'.Pt"4e'1i: ':.h..t ... IHeairr, that bfllf his clan$ faad;;been promoted.His .- "Now. siiijl a newly made bust-

rti w7: -51: team.,of Palatka. The score was: 5,to "fAWDVST CONVEYOHB ru'O i mother asked him whether be bad- "1 am your f aptiin. and you *mud* '
3in ENGINES FEEDS been'pDt'of the.numb r. me command yon through life- F
favor of Palatka:, GASOLINE .. 1STEAH ..
\ t cW STENCIl .. LATB-HILLS ;e :-STAVE: >JIU.Y.. ?r'- ;,.."No'. "said be.. ?"a d. I'm.glad I'm not. "You have-a( dual capacity. re
,, ISSnN.A.W', t .. :r. 'cause ..fro* the smartest one left"-- the former widow, -because yon.,
Is purely a trotters HIGHLAND.. males awe 4-' WewYoik1' if L captain and my second mate ;
'F F I SAW Drrs'taa. :,all 01. ': Jt' .st' my
the rMr.JG.. H. Barker spent Sunday with k A. .
't a 'aeltasr oe seven illness; tJte '} 1 $nab'fLx0: PELLSy BOIL l' : (I ,K London.Tejeliph.f
Mr;:and Mrs. .H. C. Wimberly. 'BELTING 6redei.medinai beat 1.' Muoh.Mental"ails .. _
; 4. td. (: Too: T, h--
r a relapse ,fteyWm.Taylor; ? of Marietta, filled ,,'LOG'. tIWXS'C.U'T'BOOKS .TONGsEVEBYTUI1 four objeet1on TO.slang I 10' ?" Sa.

c ; hytdnrowcseakneetoftgar ;)"regu1ai appointment, at the G -FOB 'TIIB. : 0 ':"J"a :bee serf fly'r'ahdtd... rliedarl,9 "Your1 Scotch 'frjfna asked :7

as 7Pyti 'U I3J $apt1charch Sunday; ruwJuLJ:: f. ,t' ( 11yYQ119wllil: !(.I'iOr DbJt'ri pt': "have ajrljrnrJbut'I. notice be df

s blaster'.Maxwell,:'\imberlyttreturnT! : e Write .for, .J ,. I|.tbeconstant'tndyregairtd'to,keVpfnpwitb fee me one.'

e4fr m'MiamiFFiday. after attend- ( ,Prices", .. '. y- f 4 l 'If-iWasbtngtoysjar. :: *'4w "Ah; you: see he know* I

I 4 Lbi = c -bir ghool there for'. .the' last .ninemonths .. + : = 4i ? ct'. .;"""... ,"'"' ..tr,; J'..-: ej't7abark 4,'" smgke"S1.nr3don< Tattler.

gce Innthe sotikts; the root off -; _
I t all i> tnariw0nld.fte.: ,tt"Is cot the .j trpnjrtb hat (he,
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